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Thomas Carr Howe High School 
4900 Julian Avenue 
Indianapolis, Indiana 

Theme 2 

Student Life 6 

Sports 44 

Album 98 

Closing 148 

'ndex 152 

Hilltopper 158 

Credits 160 



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We've got a 
new look 



It's always hard to break traditions and 
undergo change. However, things hap- 
pen, people change, and looks go out of 
style and new ones replace the old. 
Changes are part of high school. 

We've got a new look this year. Not 
only do we have a large freshman class, 
but the closing of Attucks and Marshall 
also brought us many new upperclass- 
men. We also have many new teachers. 
New students and teachers have brought 
fresh ideas and added spice to dying ac- 
tivities. There have been some conflicts 
but none have been serious. 

We also have a new schedule with 
school starting at 7:30 and ending at 2:30 
rather than 8:10 and 3:10. 




2/Theme 




Upper left: Many students at Howe take advantage 
of the weight room. Larissa McClain and Dana Kees 
encourage junior Scott Brooks. 
Left: Daymon Gomillia, Amy Kiefner, and Jennifer 



Endsley do board work in algebra class. 
Above: Drum major David Adams and director David 
Poncar proudly display the band's trophies on pic- 
ture day. 



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Top; Many fans come to the games to see their down their opponents. 
friends as well as enjoy the action. 

Right: Cheerleaders and fans salute the flag before 
Above: The Hornet defensive line gets set to plow a varsity game. 



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Top: Rob Lewis performs on drums at the Pops 
Concert. 

Above: Jeff Wessel enters a program during com- 
puter math class. 



Theme 5 



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Our award-winning band, led by drum major Yvette Gi- 
van, showed the results of dedication and hard work 
by winning trophies in numerous competitions throughout 
central Indiana. This same dedication appeared in many as- 
pects of student life. 



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Top: A new schedule causes some confusion and 
students sleepwalking into first period. 

Above: Curtis Harris, Charles Brown, and Daniel 
Sweatt like to "rap" with each other after lunch. 

Right: Members of the class of '89 show their spirit 
with the second-placed float. 




8/Student Life 










Upper left: Senior Jon Rivers, a candidate for gov- 
ernor, signs in at the polls on mock election day. 

Above: Dino Robertson shows how to "jam" at the 
homecoming dance. 

Left: The new aerobics class helps many to get into 
shape and maintain good health habits 



Student Life 9 



Tisdale team 
fights drugs 

The rising abuse of drugs in elemen- 
tary school, high school, college, 
and the working world concerned Indiana 
Pacer Wayman Tisdale and teacher/ 
coach Jim Arvin. Together, Tisdale and 
Arvin decided to start a program that 
would help young children say "no" to the 
demanding pressure of drugs. 

This program consisted of 14 high 
school students,, picked because of out- 
standing academic or sports records with 
no trace of drug use. These students 
were willing to attend the Indiana Teen 
Institute to be taught better leadership 
and communication skills. A problem 
which hit the group was the $150 per per- 
son required to attend the anti-drug 
camp. The money barrier was broken by 
Don Gading of Brightwood Moving and 
Transportation, who donated the $2,100 
needed. 

During the school year the Tisdale 
Team visited two elementary schools and 
two junior high schools and spoke to the 
students about self-image and goal- set- 
ting. They emphasized to the younger stu- 
dents that "It is okay to say 'no' to drugs 
because we do." 

"My kids are effective because young 
ones look up to them and use them as role 
models," Arvin stated. "Peer pressure is 
very effective." 

"I get excited and am willing to help," 
was the feeling of senior Derek Haw- 
thorne, an active team member. Brian Mc- 
Donald commented that he enjoys being 
around young kids and feels good about 
himself, knowing that he is helping the 
future leaders to make the right deci- 
sions. This was the greatest feeling of all 
to the Tisdale Team. 

(VICKIE DEAL) 

Top: Wayman Tisdale of the Indiana Pacers gives 
his autograph to an excited fan and committed part 
of his team, Kathy Miley. 

Right: TISDALE TEAM. Front: Carrie Smith, Kelly 
Schweitzer, Matt Williams, Rod Marcum, Justine 
Miller, Jim Arvin. Second row: Dax Gonzalez, Mat 
Slaughter, Brian McDonald, Kim Pritt, Jill Frederick- 
son, Kathy Miley, Derek Hawthorne. Third row: Art 
Wright, Melissa Hadley, Wayman Tisdale. 



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Above: Jim Arvin points out guests to Wayman Tis- 
dale the kick-off press conference. 

Left: Carrie Smith, Brian McDonald. Rod Marcum, 
and Kim Pritt explain the "Clean Team" at the 
Christmas Gift and Hobby Show. 



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Juniors lead 
music groups 

Although the Concert Choir lost many 
strong singers to graduation, it still 
performed extremely well with a large 
amount of talent from the junior class. In 
addition to the annual Pops and Christ- 
mas Concerts the singers caroled down- 
town at the city library, the City Market, 
the Education Center, and the Hyatt, but 
this year with a different look. Instead of 
the traditional choir robes, which Howe's 
choir has always worn, this year director 
Tom Lewis decided that tuxedos and 
dresses fit the bill. 

Unfortunately, the bill was a major 
problem. Poor audience turnout at recent 
spring musicals had made it financially 
difficult for the music department to pur- 
chase new outfits in the past, but out- 
standing student participation in fund 
raisers made it possible this year. 

The Varsity Singers, wearing the same 
outfits as the choir, had another eventful 
year, directed by Mr. Bob Bramblett and 
choreographed by Mr. Ed Schwab. They 
were invited to sing at various places 
throughout the year including the Gift and 
Hobby Show at the Fairgrounds, Union 
Station, and the East Side Health Care 
Center. The trendy singing and dancing 
group performed innovating April 29 in a 
dinner-theater style at Howe. The event 
seated 125-150 people who were served 
dinner while the show choir treated them 
to an hour show on the stage with lights, 
props, and drops. Mr. Bramblett hopes 
the new event will be repeated in coming 
years, perhaps becoming as popular as 
the Pops and Christmas Concerts. 

This year the Madrigals, also directed 
by Mr. Bramblett, expanded their pro- 
gram. Besides having two feasts on the 
Howe stage, they visited two local 
churches. With Pedro Scott as King and 
Elyce Meyer as Queen, the medieval 
singers entertained at the Speedway 
Methodist Church and the Eastminster 
United Presbyterian Church. Unfortunate- 
ly, appearances at Union Station and the 
Indianapolis Zoo had to be cancelled be- 
cause of a flu epidemic just before Christ- 
mas vacation. The group of 20 featured 
not only solos by Kathy Miley, Pedro 
Scott, and Angie Bailey, but also flea 
tricks by the Court Jester, Guy Booher. 

All in all the music department man- 
aged to maintain the tradition of excel- 
lence for yet another year. 

(JILL FREDERICKSON) 




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Top, center: The concert choir shows off its new 
outfit at the Pops Concert. 

Top, right: Elyce Meyer, Angie Bailey, and Melinda 
Baker work on new music for Madrigals. 

Above: Ron Yeary and Carolyn Jacobs sing serious- 
ly to each other during the Pops Concert. 

Bottom, far left: Elyce Meyer and Pedro Scott, Lord 
and Lady of the Manor, present themselves before 
the audience. 

Left: Madrigal Singers and their attendants gather 
for a picture after a feast on the Howe stage. 



Vocal Music 13 



Good year for 
band, orchestra 

The 1986-87 school year was an ex- 
traordinary one for the orchestra and 
marching band. For the orchestra, this 
was the first year to have string special- 
ists, with Mrs. Leslie Bartolowitz for the 
first semester and Ms. Sheila Harris for 
part of the second semester. For the 
marching band, it was one of the best 
years they have had in a long time be- 
cause, according to director David Pon- 
car, "It was the first year that juniors and 
seniors have realized their leadership po- 
tential." 

The marching band won six trophies at 
Bush Stadium. Soloists Dana Huggler, 
Rob Harris, Jerome Davis, and David 
Grider received the Outstanding Wind So- 
loists award. Rob Lewis, Andrea Fish- 
burn, Eric Alexander, Scott Schoen, 
Shawntez Gant, Steve Deeter, and Keith 
Gough won the award for Best Percussion 
Section. Orchestra members Monica 
Mertz, playing violin, and Jeremy Kincaid, 
playing string bass, both won first place 
awards in regional and state contests. 
According to Ms. Harris, "The orchestra 
has given their full potential as a whole." 
She says, however, that Howe needs a 
bigger orchestra. 

All in all, 1986-87 was an excellent year 
for both orchestra and marching band. 
(CHAD BURRIS, CORY CARLETON) 

Top: Junior Eric Alexander and fellow percussion- 
ists march in the homecoming parade just before 
the rain begins. 

Right, center; The tuba section of the band plays 
during the Pops Concert. 

Lower right: Members of the flag corps lead the 
band in the homecoming parade. 



14 /Music 





Top: Junior Eric Alexander and sophomore Jeremy 
Kincaid take a break during the Pops Concert. 

Above: Senior band member Rob Harris performs 
during the Pops Concert. 

Left: Sophomore Monica Mertz plays the violin at a 
Madrigal dinner. 



Music 15 



'Charlie Brown' 
a summer hit 

This summer director Tom Lewis de- 
cided on a rare, repeat performance 
of "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown." 
Last done seven years ago the musical 
comedy, based on Charles M. Schultz's 
popular comic strip, was double cast. The 
show features only seven characters, 
and, because of the large turnout, there 
were two casts, each playing two con- 
secutive nights. In order to avoid showing 
favoritism, Mr. Lewis divided the casts 
into "This" cast and "That" cast, having 
each person with a part draw his cast 
assignment from a hat. 

Another of Lewis' ingenious ideas was 
deciding to put both the actors and the 
audience on the auditorium stage togeth- 
er. Using a "theater in the round" style, 
the set was built on the stage in an "H" 
shape, with the audience seated inside 
the sides of the "H," creating a feeling of 
involvement rather than mere observa- 
tion. 

Brian Boyd, as "that" Charlie Brown, 
made his character seem even more be- 
lievable by shaving his head for the role, 
and Jill Frederickson was still able to per- 
form her part as "this" Lucy, after having 
a case of pneumonia just prior to the per- 
formances. The show also featured new- 
comers in "that" cast, including Chris An- 
derson as Schroeder; Jamaine Walker as 
Snoopy; Heather Harter as Peppermint 
Patty; and Tom Burgess as Linus. Evelyn 
Winslow and Carolyn Jacobs, playing 
Lucy and Sally respectively, rounded out 
"that" cast, while "this" cast consisted 
of Guy Booher (Charlie Brown), Jerome 
Davis (Linus), Pedro Scott (Snoopy), 
Christy Wright (Peppermint Patty), Ron 
Yeary (Schroeder), and Dawn Wratten 
(Sally). Lynne Morgan, the department 
accompanist, volunteered her piano- 
playing services for the production. 

The entertaining, innovative show was 
highly successful and well attended all 
four performances, July 22, 23, 24, and 
25. 

(JILL FREDERICKSON) 



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Opposite, top: Jill Frederickson, Christy Wright, 
Dawn Wratten, and Melinda Baker parade in place 
during the song "You're a Good Man, Charlie 
Brown." 

Opposite, center: Guy Booher, Brian Boyd, and Ron 
Yeary rehearse on a hot summer morning. 

Opposite, bottom: Having two casts often requires 
taking turns. Jill Frederickson waits as Evelyn Wins- 
low takes her turn as Lucy. 

Top left: Carolyn Jacobs and Melinda Baker amuse 
themselves during a break. 

Top right: Jill Frederickson catches her breath be- 
fore singing to Schroeder. 

Above: Ron Yeary and Chris Anderson wait to re- 
hearse as Schroeder. 

Left: Guy Booher (Charlie Brown) sings about his 
unpredictable kite. 



Summer Musical 17 



'Annie' a hit 
in spring 



Annie Get Your Gun, always an audi- 
ence favorite, was the choice of di- 
rector Tom Lewis for the annual Spring 
Musical of 1967. The musical, performed 
March 19, 20, and 21, featured many well- 
known songs such as "Anything You Can 
Do I Can Do Better," "Doin' What Comes 
Natur'lly," and the ever popular "There's 
No Business Like Show Business." 

The western show centered on a love 
story between the famous sharpshooter 
Annie Oakley, played by junior Kathy Mi- 
ley, and her marksman rival/suitor Frank 
Butler, played by junior Jerome Davis. 
The cast included many other real-life 
legends other than Annie Oakley, such as 
Buffalo Bill (Jon Mertz) and Sitting Bull 
(Bruce Pickens). 

The story featured the traveling west- 
ern show of Annie and Frank, joined by 
their "barker" Charlie Davenport and 
Frank's assistant Dolly Tate, portrayed 
by juniors Guy Booher and Christy Wright 
respectively. 

Despite his love for Annie, Frank be- 
came jealous of Annie's top billing and 
split the show, taking Dolly with him. This 
conflict kept the audience in suspense 
waiting for love to bring Annie and Frank 
back together. 

The remaining cast and chorus, with 
the help of choreographer Ed Schwab, 
helped to uphold Howe's strong tradition 
of quality performances, well-known 
throughout the city. Chorus participation 
was one of the reasons why Mr. Lewis 
chose "Annie Get Your Gun." He felt that 
it was "the kind of show to motivate and 
excite the supporting cast." Other rea- 
sons included the fact that "three or four 
junior girls had a good shot at the lead 
and had strong potential." 

As usual the annual music production 
was extremely well performed and believ- 
able due to Lewis' excellent casting and 
motivating abilities. 

(JILL FREDERICKSON) 

Top: Principals Kathy Miley and Jerome Davis and 
choreographer Ed Schwab watch a chorus number 
in rehearsal. 

Right: Director Tom Lewis follows a rehearsal with 
script nearby. 

Right, center: Frank Butler (Jerome Davis) sings to 
a group of admiring ladies during "A Bad, Bad Man." 



18/Spring Musical 





Top center: Kathy Miley and Jerome Davis sing 
"Old-Fashioned Wedding." 

Top right: Chorus members practice an Indian 
dance. 

Center: Jeannine Maples and Amy Watt try to hold a 
position for choreographer Ed Schwab 

Above: Kathy Miley tries to recall her lines while the 
chorus rehearses. 

Left: Bruce Pickens studies his lines 



Spring Musical 19 



MARCHING BAND. Front row: Leandra Brattain, 
Rhonda Storm, drum major Yvette Givan, Scott 
Schoen, Keith Gough, Andrea Fishburn, Steve 
Deeter, Rob Lewis, Eric Alexander, drum major Da- 
vid Adams, Diana Walters, Angi Boulware. Second 
row: Anna Thompson, Paula Rogers, Kim Hamilton, 
Michelle Wilson, Amanda St. Lawrence, Carrie 
Huggler, Lori Heizer, Jeannine Maples, Heather 
Harter, Dana Huggler, Lori Marshall. Third row: 
Tony Brown, Angi Bailey, D. J. Givan, Tracy 
Deweese, Sonia Bennett, Julie LaFollette, Traci 
Denton, Jamie Tucher. Fourth row: Debbie Friddle, 
Michelle Hart, Mike Bratcher, Tim Hayes, Chris 
Stuck, Chris Thornton, Andrea Armour, Chris Martin. 
Fifth row: David Grider, Barry Evans, Kelly Newkirk, 
Rob Harris, Jerome David, Chris Duncan, Mike Bil- 
lingsley, Billy Johnson. Back: director David Poncar. 



JAZZ BAND. Front row: Yvette Givan, Michelle 
Hart, Lori Marshall, Jeannine Maples. Second row: 
Brad Cox, Odie Alexander, Rob Lewis, Rick Smith, 
Tony Brown. Third row: Rob Harris, Kim Collins, 
Angi Bailey, Andrea Armour, Kelly Newkirk, Bryan 
Clark. 



B BAND (Period 6). Front row: Kim Collins, Diana 
Sullivan, Nicole Bradberry, Tim Messenger, Tracy 
Baldwin, Stacey Ingels, Angie Smith, Michelle Wil- 
son, Robyn Lucas, Tina Henslee. Second row: Rick 
Smith, Derrick Sherrill, Sheryl Stepp, David Depp, 
Kelly Newkirk, Bryan Clark, Ed Hicks, Tim Hayes, Bill 
Hale. Third row: Damon Taylor, Bob Hale, Larry 
Coffee, Russ Lawrence, director David Poncar. 




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B BAND (Period 1). Front row: Ellen Fisher, Jeff 
Reidy, Steven White, Vicky Wallace, Kim Hamilton, 
Amy Hornback, Marian McDowell. Second row: Da- 
vid Craig, Mike Gregory, Brett Hughes, Theo Rog- 
ers, Eric Berg, Scott Hogue, Billy Johnson, Eric Kiml- 
ing, Traci Cooper. Third row: Rick Spears, Corey 
Andrews, Darrell Stout, Jeremy White, Shawntez 
Gant, Keith Nuckols, director David Poncar. 



ORCHESTRA. Front row: Monica Mertz, Ayanna 
Person, Anna Thompson, Kevin Lindsey. Second 
row: Aaron Gray, Nicole Reedus, Tracy Lowenthal, 
Linda Moore, Rhonda Meulen, Jon Mertz. Third row: 
Doretta Thomas, Jeremy Kincaid, Brian Boyd, 
Stephanie Oleksy. 



MADRIGALS. Front row: Kathy Miley, Christy 
Wright, Carolyn Jacobs, Dawn Wratten, Elyce Mey- 
er, Angi Bailey, Melinda Baker, Heather Harter, Eve- 
lyn Winslow. Second row: David Adams. Ron Yeary. 
Brian Boyd, Pedro Scott, Guy Booher, Jerome Da- 
vis, Joseph Bramblett. Not pictured: Chad Burris. 



Music 21 



BASS. Front row: Johnny Gordon, Jamaine Walker, 
Pedro Scott, David Vargas. Second row: Bruce 
Pickens, Brian Boyd, John Robinson, Norman 
Broaden. Third row: Kevin Moore, Eugene Toles, 
Eric Cook, Alan Lough. 



BARITONE, TENOR. Front row: Larry Knapp, Beryl 
Russell, Guy Booher, David Aldus. Second row: 
Jerome Davis, Daniel Stewart, Ron Yeary, Steve 
Johnson, Joseph Bramblett, Chris Anderson. 



SOPRANO. Front row: Heather Harter, Angi Bailey, 
Jeannine Maples, Crista Prather, Kelly Alexiou, Kim- 
berly Lungwitz. Second row: Evelyn Winslow, Re- 
nee Allen, Shuron Scott, Kathy Miley, Sarah Nalley, 
Lizzia Naue, Susie Warren. 



22/Music 





ALTO. Front row: Carolyn Jacobs, Dawn Wratten, 
Elyce Meyer, Kina Thackray. Second row: Michelle 
Humphries, Patty Heizer, Vickie Deal, Melinda Ba- 
ker, Christy Wright, Jill Frederickson. 



CHORALAIRES. Front row: Dawn Wynne, Sue Rau, 
Amanda Franklin, Debra Capshaw, Teresa Kelley, 
Sarah Nalley, Brenda Sparks, Zora Jenkins. Sec- 
ond row: Jennifer Fines, Julie Jackson, Demetria 
Perry, Cassandra Crowe, Carolyn Lewellen, Sherry 
Edwards, Lisa Gray, Theresa Gray, Janet Hammon- 
tree, Rhonda Cosby. 



VARSITY SINGERS. Front row: Ron Yeary, Nicole 
Reedus, James Dearth, Elyce Meyer, Brian Boyd, 
Carolyn Jacobs, Jamaine Walker, Kim Lungwitz. 
Second row: Christina Walker, Pedro Scott, Mi- 
chelle Humphries, David Grider, Dawn Wratten, 
Chad Burris, Sharon Paschal. Third row: David Ad- 
ams, Anna Thompson, Joseph Bramblett, Patricia 
Heizer, Jerome Davis, Kathy Miley, Guy Booher, 
Shuron Scott, Alan Lough. 



Music 23 



Groups strong 
in '87 

Clubs and groups came back strong in 
1986-87 as foreign language groups 
were revived and speech, drama, and 
Key Club groups were formed. 

Upper left: Freshman Tom Freitag anticipates his 
move. 

Upper right: Senior Steve Swinford, state governor 
of the Key Club, leads an organization meeting. 



NATURALISTS. Jason Zaphiriou, Diana Walters, 
Dawn Harmon, Bonnie Faubion, sponsor James 
Yarber. 



STAGE CREW. Front: Michael Bates, Jason Za- 
phiriou, Dara Lucas, David Guthrie. Second row: 
sponsor James Lynch, Matt Burton, Guy Booher, 
Joe Bates, Ronald Tingler. 




24/Groups 




CHESS CLUB. Front row: Brian Boyd, Taron Tyson, 
Tom Freitag, Joshua Leadingham Second row: 
Lloyd Jessee, Steve Wineberg, sponsor John 
Skene, Michael Gregory. 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY, FALL INITIATES. 
Front row: Heather Harter, Latonya Maxie, Michelle 
Earls, Sonya Hix, Jamie Tucher, Natalie Doan, Molly 
Mocco, Pam Schaefer, Shana Golden. Second row: 
Phil Kellar, Steve Johnson, Carolyn Lewellen, Aman- 
da Cornette, David Adams, Diana Walters, Louis 
Mozingo, Jill Frederickson, Evelyn Winslow. 



KEY CLUB. Front row: Theresa Jones, Traci Col- 
lins, sponsor Rutha Sims. Second row: Eugene 
Campbell, David Pratt, Rodney Kates, Steve Swin- 
ford. 



Groups 25 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. Front row: Jennifer 
Tarplee, Kina Thackray, Shannon Spencer, Lecia 
Keaton, Dennis Trinkle, Angi Bailey. Second row: 
Lara Thackray, Brian Schoen, sponsor Mrs. Evelyn 
Keaton, Derek Hawthorne, Phillip Kellar. 



MU ALPHA THETA. Front row: Jennifer Tarplee, 
Kina Thackray, Shannon Spencer, Lecia Keaton, 
Dennis Trinkle, Angi Bailey. Second row: Lara 
Thackray, Matt Silvers, Brian Schoen, sponsor 
Carolyn Freeman, Robert Smith. 



GERMAN CLUB. Front row: Paul Shepherd, Jenni- 
fer Fines, sponsor Dan Stanley, Amy Stone. Second 
row: Steve Wineberg, Louis Mozingo, Larry Knapp. 




26/Groups 




FRENCH CLUB. Front row: Kina Thackray, Jennifer 
Tarplee, Pam Schaefer, Lara Thackray, Traci Col- 
lins, Evelyn Winslow. Second row: Jon Isenberg, 
Louis Mozingo, Angi Bailey, Angie Kidwell, Julie La- 
Follette, Tammi Largent, Kelli Henslee, sponsor 
Mrs. Jody Hancock, Robert Smith. Third row: Craig 
Stephenson, Lecia Keaton, Melinda Baugh, Aimee 
Rosales, Debra Capshaw, Robert Smith. 



MEDIA CLUB. Front row: Michelle Earls (secre- 
tary), Bruce Wright (vice-president), Anita Patter- 
son (president), sponsor Joanna Leffler. Second 
row: Christina Walker, Melinda Baker, Sherry Ed- 
wards, Janet Turner, Lamont Smith, Kim Berwanger, 
Roger Porter. Third row: Kathi Keck, Steve Wine- 
berg, Anna Miller, Regina Springer, Tina Henslee, 
Janice Fields, Shelley Oberholtzer. 



QUIZ TEAM. Front row: Matt Silvers, Grover 
Browning, David Pratt, Steve Swinford. Second row: 
sponsor Errol Spears, Dennis Trinkle, Lara Thack- 
ray, Kina Thackray, Steve Wineberg. 



Groups 27 



COMPUTER CLUB. Front row: sponsor Larry 
Brown, Johnny Gordon, Michelle Earls, Sherry Ed- 
wards, Paula Lovins, Jon Isenberg. Second row: 
Charles Robertson, Joseph Williamson, Steven Col- 
lins, Mike Fultz, Craig Stephenson, Lloyd Jessee. 



SPEECH CLUB. Front row: Elyce Meyer, Melinda 
Baker, Evelyn Winslow, Lecia Keaton. Second row: 
Dennis Trinkle, sponsor Mrs. Ann Hall. 



DRAMA CLUB. Front row: Angi Bailey, Elyce Mey- 
er, Melinda Baker, Evelyn Winslow. Second row: 
Dennis Trinkle, Lorrie Kennedy, sponsor Mrs. Ann 
Hall, Scott Schoen. 




28/Groupa 




DECA (Period 6). Front row: Katie Maciotok, Karry 
Bosley, Kim Glass, Debbie Abel, Shannon Shif- 
kowski, Robbin Jackson, Chris Criswell, Gina McA- 
tee. Second row: Shannon Carson, Teresa Jones, 
Lisa McClain, Darline Cunningham, Sarah Nalley, 
Lizzia Naue, Paula Young, Louis Mangine. Third 
row: Cindy Washington, Latina Poole, Mark Britt, 
Mike Cooper, Troy Hilliard, Tawanna Jones, Quinton 
Townsend. 



DECA (Period 1). Front row: Katharine Keck, Cindy 
Miller, Carla Wencke, Carolyn Gregory, Beverly 
Burge. Second row: Tonya Zollicoffer, Delnitta 
Clark, Judy Littell, Telisa Steele, sponsor Debbie 
Bareford. Third row: Krista Foltz, Rhonda Storm, 
Michael Scott, Brian Hunter, James A. Long. 




OEA. Front row: Tammy Cratton, Teresa Penning- 
ton, Jane Bussey, Patricia Vie, Francine Rowley, 
Elizabeth Purvis, Kim Sumpter. Second row: Angi 
Bailey, Bertha Hart, Angel Vie, Adrienne Pruett, Julie 
Howe, Altreda Foster, Lanone Branham, Lisa Za- 
chery. Third row: Amy Gough, Caroline Harper, Ra- 
chele Wagoner, Michaela Hindman, Kim Neal. Kathy 
Ayers, Devonda Pickett, Teresa Watkins. Fourth 
row: Michelle Braun, Diane Miller, Carol Lee, Angie 
Pittman, Richard Hall, Clarence Parson, James 
Spears, Julie Lindley. 



Groups 29 



JROTC teaches 
leaders 

Most people think that ROTC mainly 
teaches army material. That is not 
the case. Of course, it does teach a lot of 
fundamentals, such as "left face" or 
"right face," but the course never teach- 
es things like hand-to-hand combat. 

Suppose someone were to walk up to 
Master Sergeant Corbin Davis and ask 
him what the purpose of JROTC (Junior 
Reserve Officer Training Corps) is. His 
reply would be "to make better citizens of 
high school students and teach them 
leadership skills." 

When asked what the term "leader- 
ship" meant to them, Billy Jenson said, 
"It rewards self-confidence." But Joe 
Whitney had a different point of view. He 
said leadership means "being able to 
take charge of a group of people without 
being told, rewarding those who do good 
and punishing those who don't, and finally 
it means . . . admit your mistakes." 

Under the strong leadership of Battal- 
ion Commander Bruce Wright and Battal- 
ion Executive Officer Debra Fisher, the 
battalion placed again in the Veteran's 
Day parade. Under the direction of drill 
team commanders Bruce Wright, Joe 
Whitney, and Debra Fisher the male and 
female drill teams became more skillful 
and confident in themselves. 

(JOE FULTZ) 

Top: Members of the male drill team practice in the 
upper lobby after school. 

Right: Sergeant Malone explains to Crystal Martin 
what's wrong with her uniform. 




30 /JROTC 




Top: The color guard presents the colors before a 
varsity basketball game. 

Above: Sergeant Malone closely inspects James 
Taylor's uniform. 

Left: Cadets stand at parade rest while waiting to 
be inspected. 



JROTC 31 



Right: Cadets come under the sharp eye ot Sgt. 
Robert Malone during weekly inspections on Thurs- 
days. 



BATTALION STAFF. Front row: James Combs, 
Joe Whitney, Billy Jensen, Sabrina Wortham. Sec- 
ond row: Bruce Wright, Tina Whitten, Ron Tingler, 
Roger Porter, Keith Nuckols, Brian Roland, Debra 
Fisher. Third row: Stacey Porter, Anthony Carr, 
Steve Mitchell, Eugene Johnson, Ronald Cook. 



COLOR GUARD. Front: Ron Tingler, Treq Miller. 
Second row: Jeff Houpt, Joe Whitney, Tina Whitten, 
Debra Fisher, Bruce Wright. Third row: Keith Nuck- 
ols, Roger Porter, James Combs. 




32/JROTC 




RIFLE TEAM. Front: Joe Whitney, Ron Tingler. Sec- 
ond row: Bruce Wright, Billy Jensen, Tina Whitten, 
Steve Mitchell, Jeff Houpt. 



MALE DRILL TEAM. Front row: Harold Williams, 
Roger Porter, Brian Dismuke, Treq Miller. Second 
row: Anthony Carr, James Combs, Tyrone Carr, Joe 
Whitney, Ron Tingler. 



FEMALE DRILL TEAM. Front row: Barbara Taylor, 
Stacey Porter, Demetria Bray, Sherri Beech. Mary 
Taylor. Second row: Sabrina Wortham, Janet Dan- 
iels, Jenee Fisher, Tamika Vaden, Angie Ewell, Ur- 
landa Smith, Leslie Johnson, Debbie Fisher. 



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Tower back on 
track 

Many problems faced the Tower 
staff this year, causing them to fall 
into a temporary slump. 

The staff, for the most part, had a pro- 
ductive first issue. But problems within 
the staff, such as shortness of time and 
other activities outside of school, caused 
many of the staff to abandon completely. 

But the Tower lives on with a bright 
new fire to guide it back on track. Many 
new members joined the staff. But with 
new members came more problems, such 
as lack of numbers and experience. Most 
of the staff were underclassmen, howev- 
er, and they were determined to "stick" 
and make the paper what it once was. 
"The staff is rebuilding a quality publica- 
tion," commented second semester news 
editor Steve Swinford. 

The paper itself changed also. The for- 
mat changed from a newsmagazine to a 
tabloid format. The number of pages 
changed from sixteen to four, making pro- 
duction easier. 

According to adviser Dave Massy, the 
new staff was working under severe con- 
ditions because of their inexperience. 
"It's kind of like being a basketball coach 
with a good team, with a fast break and 
rebound power, and then losing the whole 
team and getting a totally new team. 
They're going to be slow at first but will 
improve as time goes on," he said. 

The caring was there, and they operat- 
ed as a team, and they got the job done. 

(MICHAEL NEELY) 

Top: Junior Rodney Kates hustles to finish an as- 
signment during pasteups. 

Right: News editor Steve Swinford performs a last- 
minute editing job. 

Right, center: Advisor Dave Massy assists Carolyn 
Lewellen with typesetting. 



34/Tower 





Upper left: TOWER STAFF. Front: Amy Hornback. 
Carolyn Lewellen, Jessica Byrd. Gabi Hon. Second 
row: Alan McFerrin, Phil Kellar, Ronnie Woods, Rod- 
ney Kates. 

Upper right: Senior Phil Kellar pulls out his working 
materials for pasteup. 

Above: Sophomore Amy Hornback tries to shut out 
her surroundings while writing a piece of copy. 

Left: Junior Eric Alexander searches for a mis- 
placed picture. 



Tower 35 



Many changes, 
new faces 

The 1986-87 school year was one of 
many changes and new faces. With 
John Marshall and Crispus Attucks being 
changed to junior high schools, there 
were several new arrivals to Howe High 
School, plus the arrival of new freshmen. 
Also with the changing of Crispus Attucks 
High School, the students who attended 
Attucks part-time for the magnet pro- 
grams now attend Arsenal Technical High 
School part-time. 

This year was one with new teachers 
and the loss of some. Also, Robert Berry 
was promoted to director of guidance and 
Treva Carroll was made chairman of the 
home economics department in her first 
year at Howe. 

The senior class of 1987 was the last 
class to need 32 credits to graduate, 
while future classes need 38 credits to 
graduate. 

A new addition to Howe High School 
was aerobics, a class in which the stu- 
dents keep fit and trim. 

A very big problem is that so many stu- 
dents do not givetheirfull potential. Some 
students quit because they don't care or 
don't like it, because of pregnancy, or be- 
cause of a job. Also, hobbies, personal 
interests, and jobs, even though they are 
great to have, sometimes get in the way. 

There are also the students who like 
school and have spirit toward it. But there 
are also the students who only stay in 
school for something to do and so they 
can get a good job. 

According to vice-principal Bruce 
Beck, academics are down but they "will 
come back again." 

The 1986-87 school year was a little 
different from earlier years but with new 
faces and different attitudes. 

(CORY CARLETON) 

Top: Students in business education use high-tech 
word processing equipment. 

Right: Nick Savage watches as Darrin Litterai 
bench presses. 




36/Academic8 




Top: David Elliott waits for instructions in English. 

Above: Kelli Williams works on a clothing project. 

Left: Shannon Flanigan works on a drawing for art 
class. 



Academics 37 




Top: Freshman Robert Riggles experiments with 

water colors' in art. 

Above:Br\an McCary burns his wood project in craft 

design as other students look on. 

Upper right:Debb\e Flanigan completes her English 

classwork. 

Right: A foreign language class studies the German 

language. 



38/Academics 




Top: Junior Candy Crowe flips through her English 

folder for an assignment. 

Above: George Maynard studies various types of 

glassware in his foods class. 

Left: Freshman English students wait for the bell. 



Academics 39 










Top: Shelia Turner works to finish a dictionary as- Upper right: Sophomore Brian Brooks puts the fin- 
signment. ishing touches on his color harmonies sign. 
Above: Dewain Johnson explains a repair to his Right: Freshman algebra students work on class- 
power mechanics class. work. 



40/Academics 





Top: Jeff Nolan listens as instructor Jim Lynch cri- 
tiques his work. 

Above: Stephanie Moore spots as Dana Kees at- 
tempts a lift in conditioning class. 



Academics 4 1 




Upper left: Teresa Blazek uses class time for a Upper right: Duane Boicourt puts fine details on an 

vocabulary assignment. art project. 

Above: Laura Sweeney listens to instructions from Right: Lamont Ahmad and Robert Smith listen as 

Mrs. Bareford. Mrs. Keaton explains molecular models. 



42 /Academics 




Top: Urlanda Smith cheerfully works an algebra 
problem at the board. 

Above: Junior Lisa Sloan watches as Mrs. Shirley 
Hembd demonstrates an embroidery stitch. 



Academics 43 



Individual athletes and winning teams brought distinction 
to Howe this year and put the school back on the winning 
track. Among many athletes winning individual recognition 
was senior Derek Hawthorne, whose honors included two 
years as all-city quarterback, selection to the UPI all-state 
team, and membership in the National Honor Society. 




Sports 45 



Young teams perform well 



All the spring sports program were 
faced once again with young teams 
and tough schedules. Despite theiryouth, 
all teams gave respectable showings 
with underclassmen taking charge and 
leading the way. 

The girls' softball team faced perhaps 
the most difficult task of the year. With a 
young squad and a midyear coaching 
change, they played inconsistently 
throughout the season. They played well 
at times but couldn't come up with the big 
plays when they needed them desperate- 
ly. Interim coach John Spilker did manage 
to pull his squad together in time to cap- 
ture Howe's first softball sectional title. 

First-year track coach James 
Whisler's Lady Hornets were once again 
a powerhouse but one made up this year 
of mainly underclassmen. They finished 
the regular season with a 6-1 record and 
won all the invitationals they entered ex- 
cept the Richmond meet. They also cap- 
tured their fourth straight city title with 
seniors Kim Jointer and Elva Keaton tak- 
ing individual firsts in the 100 and long 
jump. Both relay teams were city champi- 
ons and held state bests at times during 
the season. 

Leading scorer in most meets was sen- 
ior Jennifer Guthrie, who hurdled and high 
jumped. Freshman Tiffiani Archey and 
senior Elva Keaton achieved top individ- 
ual performances. Archey set a school 
record at 400 meters and placed seventh 
in the state meet. Keaton set a school 
record of 19'4" and placed second in the 
state meet long jump competition. Keaton 
was also named outstanding senior fe- 
male athlete in Marion County by the Mar- 



ion County Coaches of Girls' Sports As- 
sociation. 

Second-year coach Martin Sam's 
men's track team faced problems with in- 
juries, low grades, and lack of dedication. 
With a large number of freshmen, they 
finished with a 2-6 record. The freshmen 
captured a city freshman title behind indi- 
vidual champions James Porter (400 me- 
ters) and Carl McGinty (shot and discus). 
Upperclassmen performing well included 
senior Damond Jones, who set a school 
record in the shot put, and junior Sean 
Marcum, who won city titles at 800 and 
1600 meters. A state meet qualifier as a 
sophomore, Marcum pulled a hamstring in 
the sectional and advanced only as far as 
the regional round. 

Veteran coach Ron Finkbiner's girls' 
tennis team had an 1 1-8 record and won 
the IPS Invitational. Senior Jill Stewart 
held the number one position throughout 
the season. Senior Emily Winslow and ju- 
nior Diane Miller were also major contrib- 
utors to the winning record. 

The men's golf team improved to a 7-6 
record under new coach Bill Smith. They 
placed second in the IPS Invitational and 
sixth in the city meet. Top performers 
were freshman Tony Dean and senior 
John Knorr. 

With a young team and one of the 
toughest schedules in the area, coach 
Errol Spears' baseball squad compiled 
an 8-13 record. Leadership came from 
senior catcher Paul Smith and power hit- 
ter Darrin Litteral. Hornet pitching was led 
by juniors Jeff Spargur and Brian Haw- 
kins. 

(SEAN MARCUM) 




46/Spring Sports 






Upper left: Senior Lori Hupp moves back to avoid a Above: Junior pitcher Brian Hawkins fires a fast ball 

close pitch past the opposing hitter 

Upper right: Junior power hitter Darrin Litteral Left: Tiffiani Archey hands off to Lori Smith in the 

warms up his home run swing. state meet 1600-meter relay trials 






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Spring Sports 47 




Above: Junior Billy Harper wins the 100-meter dash bal1 against Ritter. 

against Arlington. Right: Kim Pritt sends a hard grounder through the 

Upper right: Jeff Spargur follows through on a fast infield. 



48/Spring Sports 




Top: Traci Cooper practices swings by hitting the Above: Jeff Deeter, coach Bill Smith, and Tony 
ball off the fence. Dean get ready to play a practice round 



Spring Sports 49 




Top: Members of the varsity baseball team ex- Above, right: Freshman Carl McGinty, city fresh- 
change high fives with Darren Litteral after a home man champ in both throws, follows through in the 
run. shot. 

Above, left: Elena Corpuz finds that freshmen often Right: Paul Smith scores as the opposing catcher 

have to act as scorekeeper. fumbles for a low throw. 



50/Spring Sports 




Upper right: Elva Keaton jumps 19'4" for a school 
record and second place in the state meet. 
Above: Sophomore Keith Nuckols writhes in pain 
after a strong finishing burst drains his energy at the 
end of two miles. 



Spring Sports 51 




Above: Freshman catcher Peggy Lambert comes 
up for a throw from the outfield. 
Upper right: Senior Jennifer Guthrie competes in 
the city meet high jump. 

Right: Howe boys gather to cheer on the Softball 
team. 

Bottom, left: Jeff Deeter drives off the first tee. 
Bottom, right: Freshman pitcher Bev Guernsey re- 
leases a pitch. 



52/Spring Sports 




Upper right: Number one player Tony Dean takes a 
practice swing. 

Above: Sean Marcum leads two Arlington runners in 
the mile. 

Far left: Senior Jill Stewart plays number one sin- 
gles. 

Left: James Porter anchors the freshman 1600-me- 
ter relay team to first place in the city. The race 
clinched the freshman city title for Howe. 



Spring Sports 53 




Upper left: Freshman Alvin Holliday puts his 

strength behind the shot. 

Above: Steve Ward lines up a putt. 

Upper right: Freshman Sherri Ochs slides underthe 

catcher's play. 

Right: Senior Emily Winslow delivers a torehand. 

Far right: Doubles player Jill Frederickson waits for 

the serve. 



54/Spring Sports 




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Top: Senior John Knorr practices on the putting 
green. 

Left: Junior Alan Todd takes the baton from fresh- 
man James Porter in the 1600-meter relay. 
Above: SOFTBALL. Front: Kim Pritt, Justine Miller. 



Second row: Amy Mumaw, Lori Hupp, Sherri Ochs, 
Kelly Archer, Kelly Schweitzer, Cheryl Mason, 
coach John Spilker. Third row: Kathy Schwedler, 
Bev Guernsey, Elena Corpuz, Peggy Lambert. 



Spring Sports 55 



BOYS' GOLF. Front row: Jeff Deeter, John Knorr, 
Tony Dean, coach Bill Smith. Second row: Jeff 
Sherfick, Steve Ward, James Stipanovic. 



GIRLS' TENNIS. Front row: Cindy Bryant, Pam 
Schaefer, Ericka Embry, Kristy Dunlap, Carolyn Ja- 
cobs, Adriana Vasile, Cindy Miller. Standing: asst. 
coach Joan Hancock, Traci Cooper, Emily Winslow, 
Jennifer Endsley, Traci Collins, Diane Miller, Jill 
Stewart, Krista Foltz, Sarah Foltz, Chris Endsley, 
Melinda Baker, Jill Frederickson, Kelly Morris, 
Stephanie Baker, Amy Kiefner, Heather Harter, 
coach Ron Finkbiner. 



BOYS' TRACK. Front row: asst. coach Tim Jessup, 
James Muir, Robert Lowe, Anthony Sholar, Marcus 
Harris, Sean Marcum, Alan Todd, Wayland Coe. 
Second row: Keith Nuckols, Dax Gonzalez, Carl 
McGinty, Kenny Todd, Andre Williams, Chris Clark, 
Brian Ehlers, James Winters, Lemann Dea, coach 
Martin Sam. 



56/Spring Sports 





GIRLS' TRACK. Front row: Jennifer Bieler, Kim Fer- 
rell, Jennifer Guthrie, Stacy Robinson. Second row: 
Lori Smith, Kina Thackray, Rhonda Minks, Cassan- 
dra Crowe, Kim Jointer, Penny Pennington, Leslie 
Smith, Lara Thackray, Melissa Kates. Third row: 
asst. coach Otis Curry, asst. coach Alice Purvis, 
Lecia Keaton, Cindy Freed, Debbie Capshaw, Elva 
Keaton, Tiffiani Archey, Shron Lott, Dawn Thomp- 
son, coach James Whisler. 



RESERVE BASEBALL. Front row: Jason Pershing, 
Mike Corey, Tim Corey, Richie Neal, James Worth, 
Scott Adams. Second row: coach Mark Hubbard, 
Mark Plunkitt, Charles Lashley, Scott Worth, Jeff 
Wessel, Cameron Long, asst. coach Jeff Plunkitt. 



VARSITY BASEBALL. Front row: coach Errol 
Spears, Nick Savage, James Smith, Jerry Petree, 
Paul Smith, Ben Johnson, James Huller, Danny 
Burck. Second row: asst. coach Jeff Plunkitt, Brian 
Hawkins, Jerome Davis, Mark St. Martin, Chris An- 
derson, Jeff Spargur, Darrin Litteral, Andy Baker, 
asst. coach Mark Hubbard. 



Spring Sports 57 



Young talent 
shows promise 

Football coach Richard Harpold and 
his staff entered the 1986 season 
with a young and talented squad. Led by 
senior quarterback Derek Hawthorne, an 
all-city and all-state performer, the varsi- 
ty finished at .500 with a 5-5 record. Sen- 
ior wide receiver James "Lump" Smith 
and junior defensive end Bruce Sherels 
were also named to the all-city team. Top 
individual honors went to Hawthorne 
(MVP), Sherels (Outstanding Defensive 
Player), and John Dunz (Best Mental Atti- 
tude). Edwin Scott and Alonzo Johnson 
were voted junior and sophomore class 
MVP's respectively. Dunz was chosen 
outstanding offensive lineman and Mat 
Slaughter outstanding defensive back. 
Team accomplishments included sixth 
place on the all-time Howe passing list. 

Junior quarterback Keith Blazek led the 
reserve squad to a perfect 8-0 record and 
an unofficial city championship which left 
the coaching staff looking toward next 
year. Blazek and fellow junior Rod Mar- 
cum were chosen 1987 captains. 

A talented freshman football squad 
posted three shut-outs on their way to a 
6-2 record. The Hornet offense was led by 
outstanding runners Tim Holliday, who 
was voted freshman MVP, and Daryl 
Carter. 

With no seniors on the squad, the girls' 
swim team could only post a 3-8 record. 
Because of their youth, coach Chuck 
Page set a goal for each girl to better her 
personal record in each event. He was 
pleased with the results and felt he had a 
good nucleus for next year. Junior Jill Fre- 
derickson was the team's MVP. 

Coach Dave Stewart's soccer team, 
playing one of the hardest schedules in 
the area, finished with a 2-1 1 record be- 
hind the leadership of Hyon Kim. Despite 
their inexperience, they stuck together 
and were never blown out. 

Under first-year coaches Joanie Eng- 
lish and Anna Kidwell, the volleyball 
squads improved fundamentally through- 
out the season but managed a varsity re- 
cord of only 1-13 and a reserve record of 
4-10. 

Both men's and women's cross country 
squads went through a down season with 
incomplete squads preventing them from 
scoring in any of their meets. Senior Sean 
Marcum was the top performer, placing 
second on Howe's all-time list and quali- 
fying for the semi-state. 

(SEAN MARCUM) 



58/Fall Sports 





Above: Senior Melissa Hadley blocks an oppo- 
nent's shot. 

Far left, bottom: Dawn Thompson and Lecia Kea- 
ton await the start of the city cross country meet. 



Bottom center: Freshman football players prepare 
to bang heads with the North Central defense. 

Bottom right: Freshman Stacey Faryna awaits an 
opponent's serve. 



Fall Sports 59 




Top: Amber Lane watches as Jennifer Endsley and 

Lorrie Kennedy practice starts. 

Above: MVP Kathy Schwedler watches the flight of 

her ba 

Right: All-city quarterback Derek Hawthorne looks 

for his receivers. 



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Upper left: Senior Susie Warren bumps the ball to Above: Steve Ward, Jon Mertz, and Danny Burck 

her front line. take a water break during a hot September after- 

Upper right: Junior Scott Wright finishes the Brook- noon. 
side Park course against Tech. 



Fall Sports 6 1 




Upper left: Number one singles player Kevin Above: Senior Melissa Hadley tries to block an op- 

McNeely returns a serve. ponent's serve. 

Upper r/gAjf.'Senior Amy Gable swings into a drive Right: Seniors Teresa Pennington and Kim Pritt con- 
on the fairway. gratulate each other over a good play. 



62/Fall Sports 




Upper left: Senior Sean Marcum finishes the city 

meet in fourth place. 

Upper right: MVP Hyon Kim moves the ball down the 

field. 

Above: Senior Lecia Keaton leads a Tech runner 

midway in her race. 



Fall Sports 63 




Top: Reserve quarterback Keith Blazek watches 
the color guard during the national anthem. 
Above: Teresa Pennington unleashes a serve. 
Right: The freshman defense gets set agains 
Washington. 



64/Fall Sports 




Upper Left: Junior Steve Ward bends over for a low to a waiting teammate. 

bal1 - Above: Justine Miller strokes toward the finish. 

Upper right: Junior Danny Stewart tosses the ball in 



Fall Sports 65 



Freshman Tim Holliday, voted outstanding freshman 
football player by his teammates, looks for a clear 
path around the right side of his line. 



SOCCER. Front row: Matt Wilson, Tom Deeter, Ken 
Hickman, Brian Roland, Hyon Kim, Billy Jenson, Nick 
Tides, Casey Campbell. Second row: coach Dave 
Stewart, Ron Yeary, Josh Lane, Pepe Gil, Daniel 
Stewart, Tim Holmes, Cory Johnson, David Guthrie, 
Keith Small, Robert Lipinski, Jon Gut, David Vargas, 
coach Fritz Klinkose, coach Ralph Johnson. 




66/Fall Sports 







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VAflS/TY FOOTBALL. Front row: Robert Smith, 
Thomas Marlow, Quinton, Townsend, Jeff Wessel, 
Tim Williamson, Mat Slaughter, John Dunz, Bruce 
Sherels, Jon Rivers. Second row: Billy Harper, 
Alonzo Johnson, Mike Lewis, Rod Marcum, Todd 
Whitehead, Scott Brooks, John Alexander, Mike 
Whitaker, Jason Lisby. Third row: Tyrone Moore, 
Edwin Scott, Kevin Niehus, asst. coach James Ar- 
vin, John Robinson, James Smith, Derek Hawthorne, 
Kenny Smith, Kenny Moss, Keith Chestang, Lamont 
Ahmad, coach Richard Harpold. 



RESERVE FOOTBALL. Front row: Tony Dean, Rob- 
ert Lowe, Donald Parker, Tim Smith, Mark Plunkitt, 
John Thompson, Shawntez Gant. Second row: Mike 
Brown, Tyrone Poole, Dwight Simmons, Steve Peo- 
ples, Russ Harpold, Brian McDonald, Jeff Marble, 
Roy Sublett. Third row: coach Bill Smith, Dax Gon- 
zalez, Chris Clark, Doug Clark, Alejandro Mancillas, 
Tony Gorman, Jeff Gavin, Jim Porter, Jeff Deeter, 
coach Ron Finkbiner. Fourth row: Brian Clark, Alvin 
Holliday, Mike Sinnott, James Winters, James Ma- 
son, Keith Blazek, Charles Brown. 



FRESHMAN FOOTBALL. Front row: Rodney Burns, 
Shawn Brown, Antonio Richmond, Chris Duncan, 
Roger Moran, Daryl Carter, James Coomer, Tony 
Davis. Second row: Marcus Moore, Henry Clouse, 
Charles Johnson, Tony Keppler, Rob Martin, James 
Miller, Mark Britt, Matt Anderson. Third row: Larry 
Knapp, John Horton, Joe Lee, John Wells, Derrick 
Sherrill, Ronald Jones, Victor Grisby. Fourth row: 
Arthur Watkins, Scott Hogue, Clifford Davidson, 
Darrell Elam, Mike Martin, Walter Thompson. Galen 
Buckner, Charles Skipwith, Brad Cox. Fifth row: 
Robert Mann, Steve Reever, Kevin Lindsey, coach 
Mark Piercy, coach Jeff Plunkitt. coach Bruce Sha- 
diow, Roderick Crouch, Timothy Holliday. Thomas 
Warren. 



Fall Sports 67 



VARSITY VOLLEYBALL. Pam Parks, Teresa Pen- 
nington, Kim Pritt, Melissa Hadley, Daphne Byrd, 
Susie Warren, Terri Mosley, coach Joanie English. 



RESERVE VOLLEYBALL. Asst. coach Alice Purvis, 
Kelly Schweitzer, Stacey Faryna, Michelle Humph- 
ries, Tina Edwards, Jackie Peyton, Crystal Powell, 
Melissa Kates, Kali Johnson, coach Anna Kidwell. 



GIRLS' GOLF. Amy Gable, Sherri Ochs, coach Joe 
Vollmer, Shaune Campbell, Kathy Schwedler, Caro- 
lyn Jacobs. 




68/Fall Sports 




GIRLS' SWIMMING. Coach Chuck Page, Justine 
Miller, Staci Collins, Lorrie Kennedy, Amy Kiefner, 
Jill Frederickson, Jennifer Endsley, Amber Lane, 
Stephanie Moore, Christy Wright, Traci Cooper. 



BOYS' CROSS COUNTRY. Anthony Sholar, Sean 
Marcum, Scott Wright, coach Otis Curry. 



BOYS' TENNIS. Front row: Jon Mertz, Mike Corey, 
Kevin McNeely, Rodney Kates, coach John Deal. 
Second row: Brian Fowler, Chris Anderson, Mark 
St. Martin, Danny Burck, Steve Ward. 



Fall Sports 69 



Basketball, Slaughter take titles 



Sparked by the arrival of Marshall ref- 
ugee Tracy Avant and Pike transfer 
Demetrius McGee, coach Jake Thomp- 
son's varsity basketball team rolled to a 
city title and finished the regular season 
with a 17-5 record. Seniors Derek Haw- 
thorne, James Smith, and Mark St. Martin, 
and Arthur Wright and junior Kenneth 
Smith provided experience, depth, and 
versatility. Also contributing in key re- 
serve roles were juniors John Edmond, 
Edwin Scott, Charles Brown, and Daymon 
Gomillia. 

Going into the sectional, Avant was the 
team's floor leader and leading scorer at 
more than 15 points a game. Hawthorne, 
McGee, and Smith also averaged in dou- 
ble figures. The team's only major weak- 
ness was rebounding as the team lacked 
height and failed to block out well. The 
Hornets had drawn Perry Meridian as 
their first-round opponent, but yearbook 
deadlines prevented us from covering the 
tournament. 

The reserve basketball team, with five 
returning juniors, was led by Keith Blazek 
and Dax Gonzalez, whom coach Kevin 
Johnson called his most consistent play- 
ers. James Mason led the scorers with a 
7.9 average. According to Johnson, 
sophomore Tony Johnson was the player 
with the most potential for the future. 

The freshman basketball team was 
deep in talent with several players who 
could develop into leaders in the varsity 
and reserve ranks. They did, however, 
play below their potential near the end of 
the season and finished with a 9-8 record 
as they lost six of their last seven games. 

Coach Jim Arvin's wrestlers were very 
young but put out good efforts against 



more experienced opponents as they fin- 
ished the season 3-5-1. Senior standout 
Mat Slaughter was the team's top per- 
former with a city title and a fourth-place 
finish in the state meet. He finished his 
career with a compiled record of 68 wins 
and 28 losses, which placed him fourth on 
the Howe career list. Senior Butch Petree 
also made the all-time top 20 at eleventh 
place with a record of 48-22-1. Under- 
classmen performing well included juniors 
Rod Marcum and Brian McDonald and 
sophomores Bryan Brooks, Matt Wil- 
liams, and Alvin Holliday. 

Coach Otis Curry's girls' varsity bas- 
ketball team finished with an 1 1-9 record 
in spite of the loss of three starters be- 
fore the season began and grade prob- 
lems which hit the squad later. All-Metro 
selection Tasha Price, only a junior, led 
the squad in scoring with a 17.6 average 
and in steals with 75. Freshman Kim 
Cross, perhaps the team's most consis- 
tent player the last half of the season, led 
in rebounding at nearly ten per game and 
scored the most points of any freshman in 
Curry's seven years as coach. Sopho- 
more D.J. Givan developed steadily as a 
ball handler and shooter throughout the 
season. Except for inconsistency caused 
by inexperience, Curry was pleased with 
his team's effort and felt next year's re- 
cord would be much better. 

The girls' gymnastics team started the 
season with a good turnout and several 
experienced athletes but lost several 
members because of grades and outside 
problems. It went into the season with 
only three members, including standout 
junior Dana Kees. 

(SEAN MARCUM) 






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70 /Winter Sports 




Top left: Art Wright and Andrew Owens proudly dis- 
play the city championship trophy. 

Top center: Senior Mat Slaughter proudly displays 
his city tournament card after winning the city title. 

Top right: Sophomore Demetrius McGee sparks the 
team off the bench against Gary Mann 

Bottom, far left: Tasha Price scores against Man- 
ual in the Howe Invitational. 



Center: Dana Kees practices on the uneven bar. 

Above: Robert Smith and Sean Marcum wait to an- 
nounce the starting lineups 

Left: Bryan Brooks takes charge in the city tourna- 
ment. 



Winter Sports 71 




Top left: James "Lump" Smith scores against Ca- 
thedral in the city tournament. 

Above: James Mason shoots against the Warren 
Central reserves. 

Upper right: Coach James Thompson talks to re- 
porters after winning the city title. 

Right: Coach Arvin yells instructions during the city 
tournament as assistant Dana Craig looks on. 



72 /Winter Sports 




Top right: Freshman Thomas Allen scores on the 
break against Creston. 

Center left: A crowd gathers for the traditional net- 
cutting celebration in the Tech gym. 

Above: Tasha Price, Kim Cross, and Kim Pritt follow 
the path of a shot against Ritter 

Left: Junior Brian Clark tries to "stick" his Scecina 
opponent. 



Winter Sports 73 




Upper left: Freshman Carmen Davenport is fouled 
at Southport. 

Upper right: Edwin Scott and Mark St. Martin cut 
the city final nets. 

Above: Tasha Price takes a shot as everyone 
v/atches. 

Right: Kim Cross shoots over a Manual defender. 



74/Winter Sports 




Upper left: Tracy Avant passes for an assist 
against Arlington in the city title game. 

Top right: Coach James Price takes a look at Ktm 
Maher's ankle after a fall in practice. 

Center: The ball hits nothing but net in the city title 
game. 

Above: Mark St. Martin scores against Arlington 

Left: Rod Marcum leans into his Ritter opponent 
trying to take the advantage. 



Winter Sports 75 





Top left: Shelia Turner takes a shot against the 
Southport reserves. 

Top right: Senior Mat Slaughter takes charge in the 
city title match. 

Above: Reserve Racquel Johnson shoots a layup 
against Southport. 

Right, center: Everyone tries to get in the victory 
picture after the city title game 

Bottom right: Bruce Jacob, Dick Harpold, and Den- 
nis Sherfick look on the wrestling city meet. 



76/ Winter Sports 




Upper right: Coach Arvin gives Alvin Holliday some 
pointers before his city tournament match. 

Above: Sherri Ochs listens as Coach Curry gives 
halttime pointers. 

Left: Derek Hawthorne works on defense against 
Tracy Avant in practice. 



Winter Sports 77 




Above: Dependable student manager Jeff Sherfick 
sweeps up spilled popcorn to protect players from 
falling. 

Upper right: Superintendent James Adams con- 
gratulates the Hornets on their city title. 

Center left: Mat Slaughter celebrates his city title. 

Center right: Kim Pritt shoots a jump shot against 
Manual 

Bottom: Freshman Matt Britt pins his Scecina oppo- 
nent 



78 /Winter Sports 





GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL. Kalhy Schwedler. 
Sherri Ochs, Daphne Byrd, Kim Prill, Shelia Turner. 
Kim Cross, D J Givan 



GIRLS ' RESERVE BASKETBALL. Front row: Melis- 
sa Kates, Candy Crowe, Carmen Davenport, Sheila 
Perry Second row: Debbie Capshaw, Katrice 
Stansberry, Doretta Thomas, Racquel Johnson, 
Jackie Peyton, Daphne Pemberton. 




GIRLS' GYMNASTICS. Bottom: Angela Boulware, 
Robyn Lucas Top: Kim Maher, Dana Kees, Tammy 
Douglas. 



Wmtor Sports 79 



VARSITY WRESTLING. Front: Bryan Brooks, Brian 
McDonald. Rod Marcum, Matt Williams, Jimmy 
Zollner, Butch Petree, Shawn Huckleby. Second 
row: coach Jim Arvin. Alvin Holliday, Matt Britt, Mat f 
Slaughter, Bryan Clark, Steve Peoples. 



RESERVE WRESTLING. Front: Richard Neal, Gino 
Grisby. Kenny Holland, Dennis Sherfick, Gary White- 
side, Henry Clouse, Alan Whited. Second row: 
coach Rob Jacob, Jeremy Green, Odie Alexander, 
Shawntez Gant, Billy Orr, Tim Hayes, Gary Hardy. 



FRESHMAN WRESTLING. Front: Rick Roberts, Ed- 
die Hicks, Henry Clouse. Shawn Huckleby. Alan 
Whited Second row: Matt Britt, Roger Moran, 
coach Rob Jacob 




80 Winter Sports 




BOYS' VARSITY BASKETBALL. Front: Derek Haw- 
thorne, Edwin Scott, John Edmond, James Smith, 
Daymon Gomillia, Tracy Avant Second row: 
Charles Brown, Kenny Smith, Arthur Wright, Mark 
St Martin, Demetrius McGee, Andrew Owens. 



BOYS' RESERVE BASKETBALL. Front: Dino Rob 
ertson, Dewayne Reed, Tony Johnson, Darrin Orr, 
Pete Holmes. Second row: Michael Wilson, Rodney 
White, Demetrius McGee. James Mason, Keith Bla- 
zek, Dax Gonzalez, Scott Worth, Ron Johnson. 



BOYS' FRESHMAN BASKETBALL. Front: Greg 
Hurt, Jermanne Holmes, Rodney Burns, Chris Dun- 
can, Ronnie Denny, Damon Taylor Second row: 
Walter Thompson, Sean Downing, Tim Holliday, 
Jonathan Horton, Andre Miller, Robert Mann. Thom- 
as Allen, James Coomer. Keith Davis. 



Winter Sports 81 



Scores 



Softball 
(3 wins — 12 losses) 
Howe 



3 
1 1 
13 
15 



14 

4 

3 

6 

6 

6 

5 

13 
14 



Warren Central 
Franklin Central 
Northwest 
Marshall 
City 

Chatard 
Scecina 
Decatur Central 
Roncalli 
Ben Davis 
Washington 
Manual 
Cathedral 
Sectional 

Scecina 

Manual 
Regional 

Southport 



Girls' Track 
(6 wins — 1 loss) 
Howe 

Tech 53 

Chatard 

Warren Central 70 

Marshall 88 

Attucks 80 

Arlington 

Warren Central 47 

Southport 

Warren Central Invitational — 

Southport Relays — 1st 

Pike Relays — 1st 

Richmond Invitational — 2nd 

City Meet — 1st 

Sectional — 4th 

Regional — 2nd 



Boys' Track 
(2 wins — 6 losses) 
Howe 

Decatur Central 49 

Marshall 91 

Lawrence Central 40 
Arlington 45 

Scecina 45 

Liberty Rose Invitational — 3rd 
East Side Invitational — 6th 
Southport Relays — 7th 
Carmel 4-Way — 4th 
Pike Relays — 7th 



Opp. 

18 
10 
14 
16 

9 
21 
7 
7 
10 
9 
3 
6 

11 



15 



Opp. 

54 
22 
39 
21 
37 
18 
45 
43 
1st 



Opp. 

82 
30 
87 
98 
16 



Girls' 
(1 1 wins - 

Manual 

Cathedral 

Washington 

Scecina 

Roncalli 

Warren Central 

Marshall 

Perry Meridian 

Attucks 

Chatard 

Beech Grove 

Tech 

Lawrence Central 

Arlington 

City 

Broad Ripple 

Ritter 

Chatard 
Sectional 

Arlington 

Lawrence North 
IPS Invitational — 



Tennis 
- 8 losses) 
Howe 

4 

5 
4 


5 
1 
5 
1 

3 
5 
1 
5 

4 
3 
2 

5 

1st 



Varsity Basebal 



Opp. 

1 
5 

1 

5 
5 

4 

4 
2 

4 


1 

2 
3 


5 



Soccer 
(2 wins — 1 1 losses — 1 tie) 

Howe Opp. 



Avon 
Baptist 
Brownsburg 
Broad Ripple 
Rushville 
Chatard 
Cathedral 
Carmel 

Lawrence Central 
Zionsville 
Heritage Christian 
Lutheran 
Lawrence North 
State Tournament 
Park Tudor 



Varsity Football 
(5 wins — 5 losses) 
Howe 
7 

13 
9 
31 

6 

20 
25 



Washington 

Scecina 

Broad Ripple 

Northwest 

North Central 

Arlington (O.T.) 

Ritter 

Tech 

Sectional 

Tech 

Ben Davis 



26 
26 



Opp. 

6 
30 
20 
14 

6 
12 

6 
13 

7 
49 





Boys' 


G 


olf 




Reserve 


Football 




(7 wins — 


6 


losses) 




(8 wins — 





losses) 










Howe 


Opp. 






Howe 


Opp. 


Arlington 






193 


237 


Scecina 




35 





Ben Davis 






215 


174 


Broad Ripple 




36 





Northwest 






220 


186 


Northwest 




27 





Tech 






206 


216 


North Central 




16 


9 


Marshall 






207 


221 


Arlington 




26 


12 


Attucks 






135 


148 


Ritter 




39 





Broad Ripp 


e 




88 


115 


Tech (forfeit) 








Manual 






214 


236 


Washington 




50 





Ritter 






192 


182 










Roncalli 






221 


180 










Chatard 






191 


171 










Tech 






209 


222 










Scecina 






197 


156 











(8 wins — 

Broad Ripple 
Warren Central 
Franklin 

Lawrence Central 
North Central 
Tech 
Scecina 
Washington 
Washington 
Ritter 
Ritter 
Arlington 
City 
Cathedral 
Chatard 
Cathedral 
North Central 
Ben Davis 
Attucks 
Roncalli 
Manual 
Lawrence North 



13 losses) 
Howe 

17 

9 

1 

5 

2 



6 
7 
3 
8 

4 
3 


1 

10 

11 


1 



Opp. 

2 

7 
4 
10 
1 1 
7 

7 
5 
6 
4 
4 

6 

18 

4 

1 1 

9 

22 

5 

2 

9 



Girls' Varsity 
(1 1 wins — 

Howe Invitational 

Manual 

Arlington (O.T.) 
Southport 
Washington 
Manual 
North Central 
Lawrence Central 
City Tournament 

Ritter 
Perry Meridian 
Ritter 

Bloomington South 
Broad Ripple 
Tech 
Arlington 
Northwest 
Warren Central 
Chatard 
Sectional 

Manual 

Franklin Central 



Basketball 

8 losses) 

Howe 

51 
45 
48 
48 
55 
43 
42 

45 
37 
28 
50 
43 
45 
58 
47 
45 
52 

49 
37 



Girls' Reserve Basketbal 
(8 wins — 7 



Deaf School Varsity 

Southport 

Washington 

Manual 

North Central 

Lawrence Central 

Perry Meridian 

Ritter 

Bloomington 

Broad Ripple 

Tech 

Arlington 

Northwest 

Warren Central 

Chatard 



Opp. 

38 
44 
34 
28 
36 
45 
44 

60 
35 
60 
54 
49 
31 
56 
54 
44 
41 

44 
51 



losses) 




Howe 


Opp. 


39 


18 


28 


33 


40 


14 


32 


25 


23 


36 


15 


35 


18 


31 


39 


13 


31 


32 


34 


21 


17 


30 


16 


15 


28 


10 


21 


20 


18 


25 



Boys' Varsity 
17 wins — 

Gary Mann 
loss by forfeit 

Warren Central 
Arlington 
Cathedral 
Park Tudor 
Broad Ripple 
Roncalli 
Southport 
Tech (2 O.T.) 
City Tournament 

Scecina 

Roncalli 

Cathedral 

Arlington 
Northwest 
North Central 
Washington 
Paoli 
Manual 

Lawrence North 
Chatard 
Scecina 
Cathedral 

Boys' Reserve 
(8 wins — 1 

Gary Horace Mann 
Warren Central 
Arlington 
Cathedral 
Park Tudor 
Broad Ripple 
Roncalli 
Southport 
Tech 
City 
Cathedral 
Northwest 
North Central 
Washington 
Paoli 
Manual 

Lawrence North 
Chatard 
Scecina 
Cathedral 



Basketball 

5 losses 

Howe 

89 
66 
60 
61 
56 
66 
79 
73 
77 

85 
69 
68 
77 
77 
64 
71 
60 
75 
69 
58 
71 
67 

Basketball 
1 losses) 

Howe 

40 

36 

49 

55 

39 

38 

35 

30 

38 

42 
43 
44 
57 
45 
40 
47 
40 
43 
67 



Opp. 

86 
65 
57 
55 
52 
69 
71 
90 
81 

57 
68 
62 
56 
67 
56 
64 
46 
72 
67 
67 
60 
61 



Opp. 

59 
48 
57 
30 
27 
51 
33 
43 
67 

50 
42 
43 
68 
52 
52 
43 
68 
37 
61 



Boys' Freshmar 


Basketbc 


II 


(9 wins — 8 


losses) 






Howe 


Opp. 


Creston 


37 


35 


Arlington 


47 


52 


Brebeuf 


38 


32 


Scecina 


45 


34 


Perry Meridian 


40 


37 


Southport 


68 


37 


Manual 


45 


37 


Lawrence Central 


33 


35 


Washington (forfeit) 


2 





Roncalli 


43 


41 


Cathedral 


31 


32 


Stonybrook 


39 


40 


Broad Ripple 


46 


62 


Chatard 


41 


34 


Northwest 


49 


51 


Tech 


47 


51 


City 






Broad Ripple 


53 


56 



82/Scores 



Girls 


Golf 




(2 wins — 


10 losses) 






Howe 


Opp. 


Decatur Central 


245 


224 


Pike 


244 


230 


Park Tudor 


240 


202 


Speedway 


258 


231 


Cathedral 


225 


189 


Southport 


228 


208 


Broad Ripple 


251 


254 


Lawrence North 


226 


186 


Chatard 


239 


209 


Ben Davis 


232 


235 


Warren Central 


227 


208 


Perry Meridian 


255 


218 



Sports Notes 



Freshman Football 



(6 wins - 


- 2 losses) 






Howe 


Opp. 


Scecina 


12 





Broad Ripple 


28 





Northwest 


12 


6 


North Central 


12 


6 


Arlington 





14 


Ritter 


36 


14 


Tech 


7 





Washington 


32 


36 



Scores 83 



Rain hampers 
homecoming 

Cold, wet rain hampered the activities 
but not the spirit at the 1986 Home- 
coming. The annual parade started with 
dry floats and participants, but by the 
time they arrived at Howe they were 
drenched and the sophomore theme 
"Storm through the Knights" seemed ap- 
propriate. 

During halftime ceremonies held in the 
rain, senior Tasha Price was crowned 
homecoming queen and Sherri Pollett 
named first runner-up. The senior float, 
"Bury the Knights," was chosen best with 
the sophomore float receiving runner-up 
honors. At the Saturday dance senior 
Derek Hawthorne was crowned king and 
junior Rod Marcum was runner-up. 

Only an unexpected 20-13 loss to Ar- 
lington in overtime put a damper on the 
weekend. 

(VICKIE DEAL) 







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Top: Seniors Lizzia Naue and David Vargas show 
off their costumes before the homecoming parade. 

Center: Sophomore Josh Kimmell puts the finishing 
touches on his class float. 

Lower left: Seniors put finishing touches on their 
float. 

Lower right: Members of the class of '89 lead the 
parade through the streets of Irvington. 




84 /Homecoming 




Above: Principal Frank Tout holds an umbrella over 
student council president Stephanie Oleksy and 
homecoming queen Tasha Price. 



Homecoming 85 



Cheerleading 
aches and pains 

Cheerleading, ... hum, well, upon con- 
templating the aspects I love in cheer- 
leading, I came across a few ideas: spirit, 
enthusiasm, and loads of work. Others 
don't realize the aches and pains. I enjoy 
cheerleading because I sincerely love 
Howe. I like to encourage the team to win 
and other students to participate. I don't 
deny the pleasure of being recognized. I 
call it a "fringe benefit," but one that isn't 
necessary, but what is necessary is get- 
ting others involved. We make our school 
what it is, and that's the best. As Mr. Tout 
would say, "Howe done is well done." 
(CINDY BRYANT) 



Upper left: Sophomore Staci Collins and fellow re- 
serve cheerleaders try to work up the crowd. 

Bottom: A mixed crowd of students and adults 
watches an exciting football game. 



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86 /Spirit 





Upper left: Basemen tensely watch a tight moment Above: Hornet players and adult fans cheer on the 

early in the city championship game. team as a city title appears in reach. 

Upper right: Sophomore Jenny Bieler watches the Lower left: Sophomore Danielle Gregory dances in 

crowd response as she cheers. a Honey basketball halftime show 



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Upper /eft; Hornet Honey Adrienne Pruett dances at the city wrestling meet, 
halftime of the Howe-Cathedral game. 

Above, center: Mat maids Tobi Oliphant and Steph- 
Top center: The senior-sponsored bonfire during anie Moore wait to present city meet awards, 
football season is successful and exciting for every- 
one in attendance. Right: Junior Amy Kincaid doesn't let a little rain 

affect her interest in the game. 
Above, left: Mat maid Kelly Alexiou keeps score at 



88/Spirit 





Above: Mat maid Cassie Suiter keeps track of scor- 
ing and placing at the city tournament 

Left: Hornet Honeys smile as the audience reacts 
enthusiastically to their dance. 



Spirit 89 




Above: Three-year Hornet Honey Patty Heizer puts football team, watches the varsity homecoming 
her moves into the dance "Egypt" during halftime. game against Arlington. 

Upper right: Mike Martin, a member of the freshman Right: A tense crowd watches a big Hornet play. 



90 /Spirit 




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Upper left: Varsity baseman Chris Anderson waits 
for the Cathedral game to begin. 

Upper right: Junior varsity cheerleaders sit togeth- 
er to watch the Hornet Honeys perform. 

Above: Varsity cheerleaders Tammy Douglas, Amy 
Kincaid, Raetta McGee, and Dana Kees shiver as 
they cheer despite being drenched by rain on Home- 
coming night. 

Left: A Hornet fan acts shocked as her picture is 
taken at the Cathedral game. 



Spirit 91 




Above: A rowdy crowd cheers on the Hornet bas 
ketball team to a 61-55 victory over Cathedra 

Right: WRESTLERETTES. Front: Jennifer Moore, 
Stephanie Moore, Monica Vasile, Amy Ayers, Kelli 
Alexiou, Sarah Foltz, Tobi Oliphant. Second row: 
Joan Davis, Kim Walton, Amy Kiefner, Connie Swart- 
sell, Stacy Winans, Cassie Suiter, Adriana Vasile, 
sponsor Mrs. Dallene Harpold. 



92/Splrit 





Top: Hornet Honeys dance to the pep band's music 
before a game. 

Above, left: Basketball player Mark St. Martin and 
cheerleader Francine Rowley are winter sports king 
and queen. 

Above, right: Connie Swartsell watches the action 
at the city wrestling meet. 

Left: HORNET HONEYS. Front: Julia Davis, Joyce 
Miller, Tonya Lewis. Standing: Patty Heizer, Dan- 
ielle Gregory, Tayjuana Johnson, Renee Allen, Ni- 
cole Reedus, Adrienne Pruett. 



Spirit 93 



VARSITY FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS. Jacinda 
Bryant, Ericka Embry, Dana Kees, Amy Kincaid, 
Raetta McGee, Renee Allen, Tammy Douglas, Fran- 
cine Rowley, Sherri Pollett. 



JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS. 

Latrell Bibbs, Traci Collins, Julie Thompson, Jenny 
Bieler, Heather Byer. 



FRESHMAN FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS. Top: 

Bridget Findlay. Bottom: Ladonna Smith, Miriam 
McDowell, Robyn Lucas, Sedia Burhannon. 




94 /Cheerleaders 




VARSITY BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS. Front: 

Ericka Embry, Danny Pennington, Tammy Douglas, 
David Vargas, Cindy Bryant, Beryl Russell. Stand- 
ing: Norman Broaden, Chris Anderson, Rob Harris. 
Top: Francine Rowley, Sherri Pollett, Robbin Jack- 
son. 



JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL CHEER- 
LEADERS. Front: Sonya Grooms. Second row: 
Shaune Campbell, Sue Schultheis, Angie Wynn, 
Staci Collins, Stacy Bishop. Top: Jenny Bieler. 



FRESHMAN BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS. La- 
donna Smith, Sedia Burhannon, Tuesday Shif- 
kowski, Tawanna Lewis, Angie Vie. 



Cheerleaders 95 



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The personalities of Howe are anything but boring. Mem- 
bers of a diversified student body bring recognition to 
themselves and their school by achieving in academics, ath- 
letics, music, and many other areas. 



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Album 97 



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Debbie Abel 

Lamont Ahmad 

John Alexander 

Angela Anderson 

Vernon Atkinson 



Kathy Ayers 

Melissa Babbs 

Angela Bailey 

Steven Baker 

Marie Barthelemy 



Darren Bowman 

Lanone Branham 

Michelle Braun 

Mark Britt 

Lorri Brittain 



Charlene Bryant 

Jacinda Bryant 

Danny Burck 

Jane Bussey 

Eugene Campbell 



Chrisy Capshaw 

Irish Carlisle 

Sandi Carnes 

Lincoln Can 

Delnitta Clark 



98/Senlora 




Wayland Coe 
Kimberly Coffin 
Cindy Coffman 
Edward Coleman 
Steven Collins 




Upper right: Jason Jennings concentrates on his reading during a social studies 
class. 

Above: Pearson Grace works on an algebra assignment 

Left: Curtis Payne checks an English assignment for Mrs DeWitz 



Seniors 99 



Eric Cook 

Michael Cooper 

Tammy Crafton 

Darline Cunningham 

Ken Currie 






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Upper left: Rick Smith helps supervise the polls on mock election day. 

Upper right: Senior band members play the National Anthem on senior night. 

Above: Steve Wineberg enjoys a sucker during chess practice. 

Right: Student council president Stephanie Oleksy and senior class president 
Robert Smith enjoy a dance at the Christmas Dance Bash. 




100/Seniora 




Jesse Davidson 
Lori DeWitt 
Natalie Doan 
Frank Donofrio 
Donna Dubree 



John Dunz 
Michelle Earls 
Walter Eby 
Kimberly Ferrell 
Christina Flanary 



Patrick Flick 
Aaron Flora 
Krista Foltz 
Alfreda Foster 
Joseph Fultz 



Amy Gable 
Dawn Garza 
Yvette Givan 
Kimberlee Glass 
Amy Gough 



Pearson Grace 
Jonathan Gut 
Gene Hadley 
Melissa Hadley 
Bradley Hammons 



Bill Harper 
Caroline Harper 
Robby Harris 
Bertha Hart 
Paula Haskin 



Seniors 101 



Brian Hawkins 

Derek Hawthorne 

Ken Hickman 

Vince Higgins 

James Milliard 



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Robert Hobaugh 

Andrew Hodnett 

Gregory Horner 

Dana Huggler 

James Huller 



Brian Hunter 

Angela Jessup 

Benjamin Johnson 

Darwin Johnson 

Jacqueline Jones 



Teresa Jones 

Led a Keaton 

Katharine Keck 

Phillip Kellar 

Evan Kord 



Carol Lee 

Tina Leslie 

Robert Lewis 

Julie Lindley 

James Long 



Dara Lucas 

Katie Maciotok 

Michelle Mandel 

Jeannine Maples 

Sean Marcum 




102/Seniora 



Harry Martin 
Cheryl Mason 
Lisa McClain 
James McClary 
Christina McHaney 




Above: Dana Myers munches during a morning student council business meet- 
ing. 

Left: Antonio Rowe catches up on reading his notes during lunch. 



Seniors 103 



Elyce Meyer 

Cindy Miller 

Diane Miller 

Jennifer Moore 

Penny Moore 




Upper left: Bruce Wright and George Maynard socialize during lunch. 

Upper right: Ernie Gomez and Amy Deeter work in the computer lab for account- 
ing class. 

Above: Steve Baker works on an English class assignment. 

Right: Taron Tyson takes chess seriously but approaches practice against 
weaker players with a sense of humor. 



104/Seniors 




Tyrone Moore 
Terri Mosley 
Ken Moss 
Dana Myers 
Lizzia Naue 



Kelly Newkirk 
Kevin Niehus 
Jeffrey Nolan 
Stephanie Oleksy 
Jon Parmelee 



Teresa Pennington 
Jerry Petree 
Sherrie Pollett 
Brenda Powell 
David Pratt 



Laura Prieshoff 
Kimberly Pritt 
Jon Rivers 
Kasandra Russ 
Beryl Russell 



Anjeanette Rutledge 
Nick Savage 
Susan Schlemmer 
Brian Schoen 
Barry Slinker 



James Smith 
Richard Smith 
Robert C. Smith 
Robert S. Smith 
Charles Sommers 



Seniors 105 



Jeff Spargur 

Shannon Spencer 

Jeffrey Spiggle 

Christina Spiker 

Mark St. Martin 



Robert Stephens 

Amy Stone 

Rhonda Storm 

Kimberly Sumpter 

Crystal Swift 



Steve Swinford 

Jennifer Tarplee 

Stacey Taylor 

Donald Thomas 

Alan Todd 



Dennis Trinkle 

Taron Tyson 

Patricia Vie 

Susie Warren 

James West 



Melissa West 

Steven Todd Whitehead 

Kelli Williams 

Michael Williams 

Arthur Wright 



Bruce Wright 

Ronald Yeary 

Paula Young 

Lisa Zachery 

Tonya Zollicoffer 




106 /Seniors 




Upper right: Kelly Newkirk checks voters for the Feds on mock election day. 

Center left: Angela Bailey and Amy Gable check voters for the Nats on mock 
election day. 

Above: Connie Blythe enjoys the atmosphere of the Nationalist convention. 



Seniors 107 




Choosing a play for this year's senior 
play was a tough choice. Neverthe- 
less, Fred Carmichael's "More than 
Meets the Eye" was the final choice of 
director/sponsor Greg Shelton. 

The play was a big success with 
Howe's audience. Success did not come 
from the great talent displayed on stage 
but from all the behind-the-scenes work. 
This year more than ever, the play was 
advertised all around the school and on 
the morning announcements weeks be- 
fore the play was presented. This 
seemed to attract a larger audience. 

The play deals with a struggling writer 
named Stan (Guy Booher) who has 
earned fame and fortune by writing chil- 
dren's novels under the name of Grandma 
Letty. But now he's trying to write serious 
novels and is having a difficult time be- 
cause of his alter-ego Grandma. He tries 
to keep his identity a secret but eventual- 
ly gives up and spills the beans. 

With excellent performances in key 
roles by seniors Angie Bailey, Dennis 
Trinkle, Jon Mertz, Elyce Meyer, and 
Steve Johnson and juniors Guy Booher, 
Evelyn Winslow, and Kathy Miley, the play 
was warmly received by the audiences. 

(JOE FULTZ) 



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Upper left: Jon Mertz expresses his feelings about 
Grandma Letty to Angie Bailey and Elyce Meyer. 

Far left: Greg Shelton's inventive posters help to 
advertise the play. 

Top: Elyce Meyer and Steve Johnson share a ro- 
mantic moment. 

Center right: An aggressive Evelyn Winslow de- 
mands to see Grandma Letty. 

Above: Maude the maid Kathy Miley dresses as 
Grandma to protect Stan Guy Booher 

Left: Jon Mertz proposes to Grandma Letty. 



Senior Play 109 



Council works on 
spirit 

Before school began, members of the 
student council met and discussed 
goals for the year. The funny thing was 
that we all decided on one goal, to try to 
improve school spirit. We wanted the stu- 
dents to get involved in school activities 
because we believe people who are in- 
volved are the ones with spirit. 

School spirit is more than rooting on 
your school's football or basketball team. 
It's caring enough to get involved and 
help your school. Everyone has an opin- 
ion, from the littlest freshman to the big- 
gest senior. Everybody counts. This is 
why my theme for the year was "Every- 
body Counts." 

Students often complain they don't like 
the way things are done. Well, if you're 
one of those, you have a chance to 
change it. Get involved and change it 
yourself. 

(STEPHANIE OLEKSY, 
STUDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT) 



Upper right: Student council president Stephanie 
Oleksy conducts a business meeting before school. 

Lower right: Principal Frank Tout introduces stu- 
dent council officers at the fall installation. 







110/Student Council 




Left: Principal Frank Tout is a strong supporter of 
the student council. 



Student Council 1 1 1 



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Angie Abel '89 

Anthony Abel '89 

David Adams '88 

Toi Ahmad '90 

Jon Aleksa '90 

Eric Alexander '88 

Kristy Alexander '89 

Odie Alexander '89 

Kelly Alexiou '88 

Renee Allen '88 

Sherman Allen '90 

Thomas Allen '90 

Shannon Alstott '90 

Christopher Anderson '88 



David 

De Shona 

Matthew 

Napoleon 

Nicole 

Randy 

William 



Anderson '89 
Anderson '89 
Anderson '90 
Anderson '90 
Anderson '88 
Anderson '90 
Anderson '89 



Corey Andrews '89 

David Andrews '90 

Sabra Apollos '89 

Eric Arbogast '89 

Tiffiani Archey '89 

Andrea Armour '90 

Jeff Armour '90 

Michele Armstrong '89 

Susan Arnett '90 

Amy Arthur '88 

Clint Asbury '88 

Lou Ashby '89 

Pam Ate h ley '89 

Julie Ayer '90 

Amy Ayers '88 

Jeff Babbs '89 

Joni Baker '89 

Kimberly Baker '90 

Melinda Baker '89 

Tracy Baldwin '89 

Shawn Ball '89 

Gina Ballou '89 

Jason Bandy '90 

Kerry Barnes '89 

Lavon Bartlett '88 

Tina Basham '90 

Edward Bates '89 

Jenean Bates '89 

Mike Bates '88 

Melinda Baugh '89 

Leslie Baxter '90 

David Bear '88 

Melissa Beasley '88 

Jeannette Beech '90 

Monroe Beech '88 



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Peggy Beech '89 
Bobby Belcher '89 
Mike Bell '89 
Tyrone Bell '90 
Sonia Bennett '90 
Mellondie Benson 
Erik Berg '90 



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Steve Berry '90 
Teresa Berry '88 
Kimberly Berwanger '90 
Jennifer Bieler '89 
Michael Billingsley '89 
Jimmy Binkley '89 
Stacey Bishop '89 

Angela Blackwell '89 
Pay ton Blackwell '90 
Diane Blanchard '88 
Keith Blazek '88 
Teresa Blazek '89 
Darla Boiler '89 
Daymond Boiler '88 

Guy Booher '88 
Cheryl Borders '90 
Maria Bottorff '88 
Rhonda Bowman '90 
Reuben Boyd '89 
Willie Boyd '90 
Nicole Bradberry '90 

Upper left: Jennee Fisher holds her 
breath during an exciting moment of bas- 
ketball. 

Upper right: Jason Watkins quietly proof- 
reads an English 3 assignment. 

Lower left: Junior Steve Ward works on a 
U. S. history assignment in class. 

Lower right: Alida Schumpert gives 
Johnnella Owens a hand with her embroi- 
dery/cross stitching project. 



Underclass 1 13 



Joseph Bramblett '90 

Darla Branham '89 

Mike Bratcher '88 

Leandra Brattain '88 

Christopher Bray '90 

Demetria Bray '90 

Kurt Bredensteiner '89 

Brian Brewer '90 
Jennifer Bridges '89 
James Briggs '89 
Matthew Britt '90 
Bryan Brooks '89 
Lawanna Brooks '90 
Scott Brooks '88 

Top: Many students find lunch as much a 
time for visiting as for eating. 

Center, left: Freshman Angela Boulware 
is one of many students who make good 
use of class time for study. 

Center, right: Josh Kimmell and Craig 
Stephenson explore the enigmas of com- 
puters. 

Bottom, left: Junior Debbie Catt listens 
as instructor Debbie Bareford explains 
cash register operation. 

Bottom, right: Junior Ericka Embry en- 
thusiastically tries to motivate the crowd 
to cheer. 




1 14/Underclass 




Anthony Brown '88 
Charles Brown '88 
Jainean Brown '90 
Jennifer Brown '90 
John Brown '89 
John Brown '90 
Judy Brown '89 

Little Brown '89 
Michael Brown '89 
Michael Brown '90 
Rita Brown '89 
Shawn Brown '90 
Vera Brown '88 
Greg Browning '89 

Grover Browning '88 
James Bruce '89 
Dawn Bryant '90 
Ginni Buchanan '88 
Galen Buckner '90 
Michael Buffington '88 
Bonnie Bullens '90 

Angela Bullock '90 
Deandra Bullock '88 
Terry Burgett '89 
Sedia Burhannon '90 
Aaron Burks '88 
Cindy Burmeister '89 
Crystal Burns '90 

James Burns '88 
Rodney Burns '90 
Suzanne Burns '88 
Chad Burris '90 
Matt Burton '88 
Kimberly Butcher '89 
Christopher Butterfield '90 

Jessica Byrd '90 
Heather Byer '88 
Casey Campbell '89 
Crystal Campbell '89 
Maria Campbell '90 
Martti Campbell '90 
Shaune Campbell '89 

Debra Capshaw '89 
Cory Carleton '89 
Sheila Carlyle '88 
Shelli Carlyle '89 
Melissa Carmer '88 
Reginald Carpenter '88 
Anthony Carr '88 

Tyrone Carr '89 
Daryl Carter '90 
Wilson Carter '88 
Marc Cary '89 
Debbie Catt '88 
Andy Chambers '90 
Yolanda Chambers '88 

Chris Chestang '88 
Ralph Chew '90 
Shelley Chilton '89 
Lisa Christian '89 
Bryan Clark 88 
Christopher Clark 89 
Doug Clark 88 



Underclass 1 15 



Kathleen Clegg '90 
Anjanette Clement '89 
Melissa Cline '89 
Tammy Cline '88 
Henry Clouse '90 
Timmy Coe '90 
Larry Coffee '90 

Adrina Cole '89 
James Cole '89 
Joseph Collins '88 
Kimberly Collins '90 
Nora Collins '90 
Staci Collins '89 
Trad Collins '89 

Vincent Collins '88 

Curtis Combs '90 

James Combs '88 

Shannon Comstock '88 

Darrick Conley '90 

Lori Conner '89 

Ronald Cook-Mozingo '89 

James Coomer '90 

Sonya Cooper '89 

Traci Cooper '89 

Curtis Copeland '88 

Caroline Corbett '88 

Mike Corey '89 

Tim Corey '89 

Pete Cornette '89 
Elena Corpuz '89 

Rhonda Cosby '89 

Larry Cosner '89 

Erika Cosper '90 

Tammy Cotterman '88 

Connie Couch '88 

Philip Covington '90 

Patricia Cowin '90 

Brad Cox '90 

Todd Cox '89 

David Craig '88 

Marcie Cravens '90 

Shem Crawley '89 

Gary Creasey '88 

Ron Crockett '90 

Angel Cromer '90 

Yolanda Crosby '89 

Roderick Crouch '90 

Cassandra Crowe '88 

Rita Cruz '90 

Steven Cunningham '90 

Angelia Cupp '89 

Mark Currin '89 

Russell Currin '90 

Juanita Danforth '89 

Janet Daniels '88 

Leah Daniels '90 

Carmen Davenport '90 

Clifton Davidson '90 

Crystal Davidson '89 

Antonio Davis '90 

Damon Davis '88 

Franc ita Davis '90 

James Davis '89 




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Jerome Davis '88 
Joan Davis '88 
Keith Davis '90 
Kim Davis '88 
La tony a Davis '88 
Latonya Davis '90 
Lisa Davis '89 

Timothy Davis '88 
Tonya Davis '90 
Yvette Davis '89 
Regina Day '90 
Robert Day '88 
LeMann Dea '89 
Rickey Deacon '89 

Vickie Deal '89 
Anthony Dean '89 
James Dearth '89 
Ellis Deberry '89 
Roselyn DeCastro '89 
Gary Deeter '90 
Jeff Deeter '89 

Upper left: Freshman James Spicer 
stands at attention for weekly inspection. 

Upper right: Freshman basketball player 
Andre Miller supports the varsity and re- 
serves. 

Lower left: Spirited sophomore Kim Wal- 
ton cheers loudly for the boys' basketball 
team. 

Lower right: Junior Guy Booher joins oth- 
er stage crew members in putting his 
mark on a set. 



Underclass 117 



Thomas Deeter '88 

Rodney Denk '90 

Ronnie Denny '90 

Tracy Denton '89 

Melinda Depew '90 

David Depp '90 

James Depp '90 

James DeSalme '88 
Tracy DeWeese '88 
Hugh Dickinson '90 
Bryan Dismuke '90 
Curtis Dockery '89 
Brian Dodson '88 
James Donigan '90 

Upper left: Barbara Embry works on a 
drawing. 

Upper right: Junior David Guthrie works 
on a drop for the senior play. 

Lower left: Freshman Gale Lewis stands 
and waits for inspection. 

Lower right: Traci Collins and Ranee Al- 
len watch reserve basketball action. 



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Lavonzella Donigan '88 
Tony Donofrio '90 
Tammy Douglas '88 
Michael Douthit '88 
Anthony Dover '90 
Dave Dugger '89 
Christopher Duncan '90 

Robert Dunz '89 
Laura Dyer '89 
Allen Eberly '90 
John C. Edmond '88 
John L. Edmond '88 
Damon Edmonds '89 
David Edwards '90 

Shana Edwards '88 
Sherry Edwards '88 
Tina Edwards '88 
Wendy Edy '89 
Brian Ehlers '89 
Darrell Elam '90 
Ramona Ellington '89 

Rochelle Ellington '90 
David Elliot '88 
Dana Ellis '88 
Barb Embry '89 
Ericka Embry '88 
Crystal Endridge '90 
Jennifer Endsley '89 

Jeff Engle '89 
Jeanmarie Eubanks '89 
Barry Evans '89 
Angie Ewell '90 
Margie Ewing '88 
Ann Farmer '88 
Kim Faryna '88 

Stacey Faryna '90 
Bonnie Faubion '88 
Jeff Faulkner '90 
Tommy Faulkner '88 
Greg Felts '88 
Candida Ferguson '89 
Charlene Ferrell '89 

Kimberly Fetty '88 
Janice Fields '90 
Bridget Findlay '90 
Jennifer Fines '89 
Shannon Finley '88 
William Finley '90 
Andrea Fishburn '88 

Debra Fisher '88 
Devin Fisher '89 
Ellen Fisher '90 
Jennee Fisher '88 
Kristine Fisher '90 
Harvey Fitts '90 
Shannon Fitzgerald '90 

Shannon Flanary '90 
Debra Flanigan '88 
Shelly Flanigan '90 
Sherry Flanigan '90 
Jim Flodder 88 
Emery Flynn '89 
Jennifer Flynn '90 



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LaShona Fogle '88 

Sarah Foltz '89 

Roberta Foor '90 

Cindy Foster '90 

Vernessa Foster '90 

Brian Fowler '88 

Amanda Franklin '89 

Kari Franklin '88 

Jill Frederickson '88 

Cindy Freed '88 

Kristy Freemont '89 

Lisa Freemont '88 

Melissa Freitag '88 

Tom Freitag '90 

Lisa French '88 

Tina French '90 

Deborah Friddle '90 

Karla Fuller '88 

Ryan Fulton '89 

Michael Fultz '88 

Pennie Furnish '89 

Christopher Futch '88 

Aaron Futrell '90 

Devon Gaines '90 

Michelle Galyan '90 

Shawntez Gant '89 

Kimberly Gardner '89 

Royetta Garrett '89 

Robin Gatewood '90 

Jeff Gavin '88 

Michelle Gayer '90 

Jerry Gebhart '88 

Clyde George '89 

Paula George '88 

Nanette Gibbons '89 

Teresa Gilbert '90 

Theresa Gilfillen '90 

Michael Gillespie '89 

Chris Gilliam '89 

Steve Gilliam '89 

D. J. Givan '89 

Erika Glover '88 

Stephen Glover '88 

William Golden '89 

Cathy Goldsberry '88 

Andrew Gomez '88 

Michael Gomez '89 

Daymon Gomillia '88 

Dax Gonzalez '88 

David Goodman '90 

Johnny Gordon '89 

Anthony Gorman '88 

Michael Gorman '90 

Jake Gorton '89 

Keith Gough '90 

Jeff Graham '90 

Jacqueline Graves '90 

Aaron Gray '90 

David Gray '89 

Lisa Gray '89 

Theresa Gray '89 

Jeremy Green '89 

Carolyn Gregory '88 




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Danielle Gregory '89 
Michael Gregory '90 
David Grider '88 
Tammy Griffo '88 
Victor Grisby '90 
Kelly Grismore '89 
Stacy Groomer '88 

Sonja Grooms '89 
Mike Gross '90 
Beverly Guernsey '89 
Tim Guffy '90 
Joelie Guinn '89 
David Guthrie '88 
Kenneth Haddle '88 

Billy Hale '88 
Bobby Hale '88 
Melinda Hale '89 
JoAnna Hall '89 
Ron Hall '88 
Mary Hamby '89 
Kim Hamilton '89 

Top: Concert choir members strive to up- 
hold their tradition of excellence. 

Lower left: Tom Freitag lays out an as- 
signment for drafting. 

Lower right: David Kingery appears less 
than excited about an assignment. 



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Jennifer Hammond '90 

Robert Hammonds '89 

Janet Hammontree '88 

Joy Haney '90 

Gary Hardy '89 

Jennifer Hardy '90 

Yalanda Harley '88 

Cheryl Harmon '89 

Dawn Harmon '88 

Faye Harney '89 

Dale Harper '90 

Millissia Harper '90 

Spencer Harper '88 

Russell Harpold '89 

Top, right: Sandra Leslie and Richard 
Neal try to finish a science assignment 
before time runs out. 

Lower left: Junior Jason Zaphiriou puts 
finishing touches on the senior play set. 

Lower right: Sophomore David Gray 
works on a vocabulary assignment in the 
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Rodney Harrell '90 
Christa Harris '89 
Nicole Harris '89 
Michelle Hart '90 
Heather Harter '88 
Laura Hartsock '89 
Shannon Harvey '90 

Foronda Hatter '90 
Linda Havvard '89 
Timothy Hayes '89 
Ginger Heimel '88 
Lori Heizer '89 
Patty Heizer '88 
Shane Helvie '88 

Scott Hendley '88 
Neiko Hendricks '88 
Kelli Henslee '88 
Tina Henslee '90 
Rosemarie Herald '90 
April Hewlett '90 
Elizabeth Hickman '90 

Eddie Hicks '90 
Peggie Hicks '88 
Shane Hicks '90 
Tracy Hicks '90 
Stacey Higgins '89 
Latasha Hill '90 
Patrick Hill '90 

Perry Hilliard '89 
Lisa Hilyard '89 
Phillip Hinton '89 
Sonya Hix '88 
Shannon Hoff '89 
Troy Hogue '90 
Alicia Holland '88 

Kenneth Holland '89 
Robert Holland '88 
Alvin Holliday '89 
Timothy Holliday '90 
Jermanne Holmes '90 
Pete Holmes '89 
Tim Holmes '88 

Jennifer Holton '89 
Garbrielle Hon '90 
Amy Hornback '89 
Keith Hornsby '90 
Jonathan Horton '90 
Paul Horton '89 
Shawnette Horton '88 

Jeff Houpt '89 
Christine House '89 
Bertina Howard '90 
James Howard '90 
Greg Howe '89 
Jason Howe '88 
Julie Howe '89 

Shawn Huckleby '90 
Mindi Hudson '88 
Carrie Huggler '89 
Brett Hughes '90 
Michael Hughes '90 
Shawn Hughes '88 
Donald Hull 89 



Underclass 123 



Michelle Humphries '89 

Marsha Hunt '90 

Michael Hunter '89 

Heather Hunter '88 

Don Huntsinger '88 

Greg Hurt '90 

Tammy Hurt '89 

James Hutchinson '88 

James Hutchinson '90 

Casandra Hyde '88 

Brian Hynds 90 

Stacey Ingels '89 

Tonya Ingram '90 

Scott Irons '88 



William Irons 

Jon Isenberg 

Carl Jackson 

Dawn Jackson 

Julie Jackson 

Angela Jacobs 

Carolyn Jacobs 

Danny Jacobs 

Tonya Jagoe 

Chris Jarrett 

Artez Jefferson 

Gregory Jefferson 

Jackie Jefferson 

Danial Jenkins 

Darrell Jenkins 

Raynette Jenkins 

Zora Jenkins 

Billy Jenson 

Lloyd Jessee 

Daniel Johns 

David John 

Nicholas Johns 

Alonzo Johnson 

Anthony Johnson 

Cary Johnson 

Charles Johnson 

Charles Johnson 

David Johnson 



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Natisha Johnson 

Racquet Johnson 

Ron Johnson 

Sean Johnson 

Steve Johnson 

Taiwonda Johnson 

Tayjuana Johnson 

Traci Johnson 

Christopher Jones 

David Jones 

Elvis Jones 

Jeff Jones 

Joseph Jones 

Kimmey Jones 



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124/Underclass 





Ron Jones '90 
Shannon Jones '89 
Stacey Jones '90 
Carmele Journey '89 
Oscar Journey '90 
Mark Judd '90 
Richard Judd '88 

Gene Kanouse '88 
Melissa Kates '89 
Rodney Kates '88 
Nicole Kearney '88 
Michele Keeney '88 
Dana Kees '88 
Ann Keith '89 

Darrel Keith '90 
Linda Keith '88 
Annette Kelley '89 
Teresa Kelley '89 
Jerry Kelly '90 
Lorrie Kennedy '89 
Tony Keppler '90 

Top left: Many students would rather 
watch the action than dance. 

Lower left: James Yarber's earth sci- 
ence students work with a high-power 
telescope. 



125 Underclass 



James Kidd '89 

Angela Kidwell '89 

Amy Kiefner '89 

Simone Kilbourn '89 

Josh Kimmell '89 

Amy Kincaid '88 

Jeremy Kincaid '89 

Candalyn King '89 

James King '89 

Susan King '89 

David Kingery '89 

April Kissee '89 

Larry Knapp '90 

Jason Knight '90 

Right: Freshman Jessica Stinson helps 
prepare for the home economics depart- 
ment holiday tea for faculty. 

Far right: Junior Heather Hunter dices 
nuts for the holiday tea. 

Bottom: Rob Lowe, Chris Clark, and Mike 
Brown display their "I'm Chillin" shirts at 
a December dance. 



126/ Underclass 





Sheryle Knight '90 
Stephanie Koehler '90 
Tamatha Koehler '89 
Dane Kramer '88 
Melody Lacey '89 
Kevin Lackey '88 
Michelle Ladd '90 

Roy Ladd '89 
Julie LaFollette '90 
Peggy Lambert '88 
Angela Lander '88 
Amber Lane '89 
Josh Lane '88 
Tammy Largent '89 

Andrew Larrabee '89 
Charles Lashley '88 
Scott Lashley '88 
Terri Lasley '88 
Melissa Lawmaster '89 
Russell Lawrence '88 
Steve Leach '89 

Joshua Leadingham '90 
Kathy Lea veil '88 
Kenneth Leave!! '90 
James Lee '89 
Rochelle Lee '88 
Shaneca Lee '90 
William Lego '88 

Tammy Leisure '88 
Carrie LeMasters '89 
Tina Leo '88 
Michel! Leslie '90 
Sandy Leslie '89 
Roger Lesure '90 
Carolyn Le we lien '88 

Darvina Lewis '88 
Gale Lewis '90 
Jenny Lewis '90 
Michael Lewis '88 
Tawana Lewis '90 
Tonya Lewis '88 
David Li ford '89 

Krista Liford '89 
Gary Light '89 
Carol Lilly '88 
Hyacinth Lilly '89 
Paul Lilly '90 
Jeff Lindsey '90 
Kevin Lindsey '90 

Jason Lisby '88 
Kevin Litteral '90 
Shannon Lively '90 
Carol Lobb '88 
James Logan '89 
Tammy Logan '89 
Johanna Loge '90 

Evalena Loman '89 
Cameron Long '89 
Kellie Long 89 
Rebecca Long '88 
Susan Long '89 
Alan Lough '88 
Larry Love '90 



Underclass 127 



Paula Lovins '90 

Robert Lowe '88 

Steve Lowery '88 

Robyn Lucas '90 

Tonya Luna '90 

Kim Lungwitz '88 

Thea Lyden '90 

Dale Lyons '89 

Jody Madden '89 

David Maddrill '88 

Kim Maher '88 

Yvonne Maier '89 

Brian Majors '90 

Denise Majors '90 

Alejandro Mancillas '88 

Matt Mandel '89 

Robert Mann '90 

Donald Manns '90 

Regina Maples '90 

Jeffery Marble '89 

Adam Marcom '90 

Right: Students show varying moods in a 
freshman science class. 

Bottom: Shelia Turner and Dino Robert- 
son work on art projects. 




128/Underclass 







Rod Marcum '88 
David Marsh '89 
Lori Marshall '88 
Dion Marshino '89 
Carol Martin '90 
Chrissy Martin '90 
Crystal Martin '90 

David Martin '89 
Deborah Martin '88 
Josh Martin '88 
Kowalski Martin '90 
Michael Martin '90 
Robert Martin '90 
Enrique Martinez '90 

James Mason '88 
Susan Massey '88 
Amy Maxberry '89 
Belinda Maxie '90 
Latonya Maxie '88 
Eddie Maxieson '89 
Ricky May '90 

George Maynard '90 
Sandra McAllister '88 
Chester McAtee '89 
Connie McCallister '88 
Brian McCary '89 
Jack McClara '88 
William McClara '90 

Stacey McClary '89 
Earl McCloud '90 
Mark McCoy '88 
Sharon McCoy '90 
Howard McCurdy '89 
Brian McDonald '88 
Allison McDowell '88 

Marian McDowell '90 
Gary McFarland '89 
Alan McFerrin '90 
Molly McGarvey '88 
Demetrius McGee '89 
Raetta McGee '88 
Rewa McGinnis '90 

Carl McGinty '89 
Charles McKinney '90 
Larissa McLain '89 
Keli McMillin '88 
Yolanda McNeal '90 
Kevin McNeely '88 
Crystal Mellis '88 

John Melton '90 
Kelly Mercer '90 
Monica Mertz '89 
Tim Messenger '90 
Rhonda Meulen '88 
Leslie Meyer '89 
Carta Middlebrook '89 

Desmond Miles '90 
Waymon Miles '90 
Kathy Miley 88 
Amy Miller '88 
Andre Miller '90 
Anna Miller '90 
James Miller '90 



Underclass 129 



Joyce Miller '88 

Justine Miller '88 

Sarah Miller '89 

Stephanie Miller '88 

Treq Miller '88 

Arliss Mills '88 

Michael Mills '90 

Rhonda Minks '88 

Steve Mitchell '90 

Molly Mocco '88 

John Moenius '90 

Machelle Moffatt '90 

Shawn Molin '89 

J. R. Monger '88 

Charles Moore '90 

Linda Moore '88 

Marcus Moore '90 

Mary Moore '89 

Stephanie Moore '89 

Trade Moore '90 

Vince Moore '89 

James Moran '90 

Roger Moran '90 

James Moriarty '88 

Chris Morris '90 

Jeannetta Morris '88 

Michael Morris '88 

Monica Morris '89 

Amy Morton '88 

Sean Morton '88 

Diane Moyers '90 

Linda Moyers '90 

Louis Mozingo '88 

Elisa Muir '89 

Ricky Mundy '89 

Patricia Murphy '89 

Tammy Murphy '90 

Connie Napier '89 

Hollie Napier '90 

Richard Neal '89 

Sarita Neville '89 

Daniel Newman '88 

Tina Nichols '89 

William Nicoson '89 

Julia Nipp '90 

Clechia Nixon '88 

Derrick Nixon '88 

Neville Northington '90 

Charlie Northrup '89 

Christopher Norwood '88 

Cassaundra Nott '88 

Keith Nuckols '88 

Stacey Nutter '90 

Shelley Oberholtzer '90 

Steve Oberlander '89 

Robb Ochs '89 

Sherri Ochs '89 

Derrick Odom '90 

Dayna Offutt '90 

Darren Oldham '90 

James Oleksy '89 

Tobi Oliphant '89 

Darrin Orr '89 







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130/ Underclass 




Andrew Owens '88 
Johnnella Owens '88 
Katrina Owens '90 
Renee Palmer '88 
Adam Parker '90 
Don Parker '89 
Greg Parker '90 

Michelle Parker '90 
Diana Parks '90 
Jeff Parmelee '88 
Penny Parmer '89 
Sharon Parrish '90 
Brian Partin '89 
Sharon Paschal '89 

Left: The basketball crowd follows the 
game and the camera at the same time. 

Lower left: Freshman Paul Woempner 
stands at parade rest. 

Lower right: Junior Rodney Kates waits 
to go into an after-game dance. 



Underclass 13 1 



Danny Patel '89 

Raymond Patterson '90 

Lisa Pavey '90 

David Payne '89 

Dion Payne '90 

Lanetta Payne '90 

Daphne Pemberton '88 

Jeff Pennington '88 

Mary Pennington '89 

Theresa Pennington '88 

Steven Peoples '89 

Anita Perry '88 

Demetria Perry '89 

Fred Perry '88 

Michelle Perry '88 

Sheila Perry '89 

Jason Pershing '89 

Ayanna Person '90 

Julia Pettigrew '89 

Jacqueline Peyton '89 

Kelly Phillips '89 

Right: Sophomore James Porter puts a 
math assignment on the board. 

Bottom: Dewain Johnson demonstrates a 
small engine to his students. 



132 /Underclass 






Roderick Phillips '90 
John Phipps '90 
Bruce Pickens '88 
Nicole Pickens '88 
Sherri Pierson '90 
Sirena Pierson '88 
Donald Pinkston '88 

Judith Pittman '89 
Nicole Pittman '88 
Ty Pittman '88 
Mark Plunkitt '89 
Stacy Poindexter '90 
Chris Polston '90 
Heather Polston '89 

Anna Poltorak '89 
Tyrone Poole '88 
William Poole '90 
Chan tele Porter '90 
James Porter '89 
Jeff Porter '90 
Roger Porter '88 

Stacie Porter '90 
Donna Potts '89 
Anthony Powell '89 
Crystal Powell '90 
Tanzi Powers '89 
Traci Powers '90 
Pam Prather '89 

Ava Price '90 
Jesse Price '89 
Tasha Price '88 
Heather Prieshoff '90 
Steve Procter '90 
Adrienne Pruett '90 
Chriscynithi Pryor '90 

Jeff Pryor '89 
Willie Pryor '89 
Eric Pugh '88 
Elizabeth Purvis '88 
Mike Quick '89 
Dionne Quintero '90 
Carol Ragle '88 

Donald Ramsey '88 
Angela Rau '89 
Neica Ray '88 
Dewayne Reed '88 
Schlunda Reed '90 
Shawna Reed '90 
Yolanda Reed '90 

Nicole Reedus '89 
Steve Reever '90 
Jeff Reidy '90 
Gary Rettig '89 
Paula Revadelo '88 
Caesar Reynolds '88 
Jeannie Richie '90 

Antonio Richmond '90 
Leann Riddell '88 
Robert Riggles 90 
Georgette Rinker '88 
E rick a Roberts '89 
Kimberly Roberts '89 
William Roberts '89 



Underclass 133 



Antonio Robertson '89 
Charles Robertson '90 
James Robertson '90 
Tammy Robertson '90 
Anthony Robinson '90 
Jennifer Robinson '89 
John Robinson '88 

Lester Robinson '90 

Stacy Robinson '88 

Cheryl Rogers '88 

Geanene Rogers '89 

Harley Rogers '90 

Paula Rogers '89 

Rose Rogers '88 

Brian Roland '90 

Aimee Rosales '89 

Shawn a Roth '90 

Cindy Rubush '88 

Michael Rush ton '89 

Donald Rusie '90 

Carlotta Russell '90 

Jane Russell '88 

Staci Ryan '88 

Toni Ryan '89 

Matthew Salvage '89 

Don Salyers '90 

David Sanders '90 

Robert Sanders '88 

Rochelle Saunders '88 

Jaime Savage '90 

Pam Schaefer '88 

Jason Schlarb '90 

Scott Schoen '89 

Regina Schuck '90 

Sue Schultheis '89 

Alida Schumpert '89 

Lisa Schwartz '90 

Michael Schwedler '90 

Kelly Schweitzer '88 

Edwin Scott '88 

Jason Scott '89 

Karlisa Scott '90 

Katherine Scott '89 

Ricky Scott '89 

Robbie Scott '88 

Shuron Scott '89 

Paul Scruggs '89 

Dawn Scurlock '88 

Martin Scurlock '90 

Kim Seabolt '89 

Denneda Sechrest '89 

Susie Seifert '88 

Tyreina Shanks '88 

Dawn Shelly '90 

Stewart Shelton '90 

Sonia Shepard '90 

Paul Shepherd '90 

Bruce Sherels '88 

Dennis Sherfick '89 

Jeff Sherfick '88 

Derrick Sherrill '90 

Tuesday Shifkowski '90 

Adrian Sholar '90 











734 /Underclass 




Anthony Sholar '88 
Matthew Silvers '88 
Duane Simmons '90 
Dwight Simmons '89 
Kim Sims '89 
Mike Sinnott '89 
Pamela Skaggs '89 

Charles Skip with '90 
Denise Slayback '90 
Ronnie Slayton '90 
Tracey Sledge '89 
Lisa Sloan '88 
Keith Small '88 
Alita Smith '88 



Left: Melissa Kates points out a spot on 
the map in Spanish class. 

Lower left: Junior Danny Stewart works 
on attendance as a messenger for Mrs. 
Virginia McClellan. 

Lower right: Sophomore Casey Camp- 
bell stakes out a good spot in the lobby to 
watch early-morning action. 



Underclass 135 



Angie Smith '89 

Carrie Smith '88 

Charles Smith '88 

Heretta Smith '89 

Hubert Smith '90 

Jackie Smith '90 

Jerry Smith '88 

Kimberly K. Smith '90 

Kimberly M. Smith '90 

Ladonna Smith '90 

Lamont Smith '89 

Leslie Smith '88 

Leslie Smith '89 

Lisa Smith '89 

Lor a Smith '90 

Lori Smith '89 

Maurice Smith '88 

Rob Smith '88 

Sarah Smith '90 

Tamiko Smith '90 

Timothy Smith '88 

Right: Junior Susan Woods uses her 
lunch period for pleasure reading. 

Far right: Sophomore Angela Rau pre- 
pares an English assignment in the com- 
puter lab. 

Lower left: Junior Louis Mozingo puts a 
foreign language assignment on the 
board. 

Lower right: Junior Mark Wynalda at- 
tempts a lift in conditioning class. 




136 /Underclass 




Timothy Smith '90 
Tina Smith '88 
Troy Smith '90 
Urlanda Smith '90 
David Sosbe '90 
Brenda Sparks '89 
Kathy Spears '89 

Rick Spears '88 
James Spicer '90 
Joe Spiker '89 
Anna Spitzer '90 
David Springer '89 
Regina Springer '90 
Kelly Squires '88 

Amanda St. Lawrence '89 
Fonda Stagnolia '90 
Jerry Stahl '90 
Katrice Stansberry '90 
Christopher Staples '90 
Manual Staples '90 
Antoinette Steele '89 

Lorena Stephens '90 
Craig Stephenson '89 
Sheryl Stepp '90 
Brandon Stewart '89 
Daniel Stewart '88 
Eric Stewart '90 
Timothy Stewart '88 

Jessica Stinson '90 
James Stipanovic '89 
Jeff Stone '89 
Richard Storm '89 
Darrell Stout '90 
Thomas Stout '90 
Jacinda Stover '90 

Jessica Streif '89 
Gloria Strode '89 
Angela Stubbs '90 
Chris Stuck '90 
Lori Stuck '89 
Roy Sublett '89 
Cassie Suiter '89 

Leslie Sulgrove '90 
Dianna Sullivan '90 
Paul Summers '88 
Robert Sumpter '90 
Evan Sutton '89 
Julie Sutton '89 
Rick Sutton '89 

Rudonna Sutton '89 
Connie Swartsell '89 
John Swartsell '89 
Dennis Sweatt '90 
Laura Sweeney '88 
Jerry Swift '89 
Steve Swindle '89 

Mike Swinford '90 
Ronald Tanber '88 
Mitchell Tandy '89 
David Tarver '89 
Barbara Taylor '90 
Damon Taylor '90 
Frankie Taylor '90 



Underclass 137 



Melvin Taylor '89 

Neikolyn Taylor '90 

Vickie Taylor '90 

Leonard Terry '90 

Ann Thomas '89 

Cassandra Thomas '88 

Doretta Thomas '89 

Lajuana Thomas '90 
Stacie Thomas '90 
Anita Thompson '90 
Anna Thompson '90 
Arthur Thompson '88 
Brian Thompson '89 
Dawn Thompson '89 

Devin Thompson '89 

Jonathan Thompson '88 

Julie Thompson '88 

Lisa Thompson '88 

Stephanie Thompson '90 

Walter Thompson '90 

Christopher Thornton '90 

Nick Tides '89 

Susie Tides '90 

Kathleen Tiernan '90 

Dewana Tigner '88 

Shawnna Tigner '89 

Ronald Tingler '88 

Kenneth Todd '89 

Stephen Todd '88 

Eugene Toles '89 

Michael Tom '88 

Laura Toney '88 

Stephanie Trees '89 

Jamie Tucher '88 

Janet Turner '90 

Nicole Turner '90 

Shelia Turner '89 

Nicole Tyler '89 

Anthony Tyson '90 

Monty Uhls '89 

Stephanie Vaal '89 

Tameica Vaden '90 

Ernest Valentine '90 

Adriana Vasile '88 

Monica Vasile '88 

Kristina Vibbert '89 

Angel Vie '90 

Steve Viles '88 

John Wagers '89 

Christina Walker '89 

Jamaine Walker '89 

John Walker '89 

Larry Walker '90 

Marianne Walker '90 

Pamela Walker '88 

Robert Walker '88 

Sheryl Walker '89 

Bryant Wallace '89 

Donald Wallace '90 

Vickie Wallace 88 

Gerald Walls '90 

Alexander Walters '90 

Diana Walters '88 








138 /Underclass 





Kim Walton '89 
David Ward '90 
Karen Ward '89 
Linda Ward '88 
Steve Ward '88 
Niki Ware '90 
Brandon Warfield '90 

Tom Warren '90 
Wanda Washington '88 
Arthur Watkins '90 
Jason Watkins '89 
Krisunee Watkins '88 
Richie Watson '88 
Tameka Watson '89 



Left: Rodney Kates and friends stake out 
their own reserved seating section for a 
varsity basketball game. 



Lower left: Freshman Debbie Friddle re- 
laxes before a Madrigal feast on the 
Howe stage. 



Underclass 139 



Amy Watt '90 

Tom Watt '88 

Dawn Watts '89 

Michelle Watts '88 

Michelle Weaver '89 

Angelita Webb '89 

Jason Webster '89 

John Paul Weidner '90 

Michelle Weinke '88 

James Welch '89 

Jeff Wessel '88 

Anne West '89 

Audra West '90 

Sandy Wheeler '90 

Right: Mrs. Maria Adams explains various 
kitchen utensils to a foods class. 

Bottom: The new aerobics class is very 
popular with Howe girls. 




140 /Underclass 




Tina Whi taker '89 
Eric White '90 
Jeremy White '90 
Mike White '89 
Nicole White '89 
Richard White '88 
Richard White '89 

Steven White '90 
Rodney White '89 
Gary Whiteside '89 
Joseph Whitney '88 
Tina Whitten '88 
Jack Whobrey '89 
Susan Wilhoite '88 

Andre Williams '89 
Henry Williams '89 
Joe Williams '90 
Madonna Williams '88 
Maria Williams '89 
Matt Williams '89 
Terry Williams '88 

Joseph Williamson '88 
Melissa Williamson '80 
Tim Williamson '88 
Kim Willis '89 
David Wilson '88 
Elwyn Wilson '88 
Jennifer Wilson '88 

Juan Wilson '89 
Lionell Wilson '90 
Matt Wilson '90 
Michelle Wilson '88 
Nichole Wilson '90 
Robert Wilson '88 
James Wimberly '89 

Stacy Winans '89 
Diana Winfrey '89 
Evelyn Winslow '88 
Paul Woempner '90 
Ronnie Woods '90 
Susan Woods '88 
Mark Woolbright '89 

James Worth '89 
Scott Worth '89 
Sabrina Wortham '88 
Dawn W ratten '88 
Mickey Wray '90 
Christy Wright '88 
Kevin Wright '89 

Scott Wright 88 
Mark Wynalda '88 
Angila Wynn '88 
Dawn Wynne '89 
John Yanich '89 
Delisa Young '89 
Monica Young '90 

Waymon Young '89 
Gene Youngkin '90 
Alfred Zachery '89 
Jason Zaphiriou '88 
Jimmy Zo liner '88 
Jayne Zorman '88 



Underclass 14 1 



St*M 



Frank Tout — Principal 
Bruce Beck — Vice-Principal 
Ligon Drane — Vice-Principal 
Beatrice Adams — Guidance Clerk 



Christina Allen — Special Education 
Patricia Aman — Business, Student Council 
James Arvin — Physical Education Department 
Chairman, Wrestling, Football 
Mattie Ballow— Guidance 



Mary Bancroft — English 

Deborah Bareford — Business, Distributive Edu- 
cation, DECA 

Richard Beck — English, Future Educators in Ac- 
tion 
Margaret Benson — Dean of Students 



Robert Berry — Director of Guidance 

Ann Boynton — Aide 

Robert Bramblett — Music, Madrigals, Varsity 

Singers 

Louie Bray — Aide 



Larry Brown — Mathematics, Computer Club 

Michael Bryant— Aide, Basketball Equipment 

Manager 

William Buckley— Science 

Deanna Byrd— Curriculum Clerk 




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142/Staff 




Theresa Calhan — Home Economics 
Treva Carroll — Home Economics Department 
Chairman 

Elizabeth Cooper — Special Education, Cheer- 
leaders 
Audrey Come — Science 



Burnel Coulon— Dean of Students 

Otis Curry— Social Studies, Girls' Basketball 

Mary DeWitz— English 

E. Dale Dinkens— English, Hllltopper 



Warren Dressier — Science 

Carl Duffy — Head Custodian 

Doris Duncan — Art Department Chairman 

Robert Edwards — Science Department Chairman 






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Upper left: Maintenance man Ron Griffey spends 
much of his time working on lockers. 

Upper right: Spanish teacher Joe Vespo points out 
a spot on the map. 

Bottom: Ron Finkbiner and Bill Smith go over foot- 
ball statistics. 




Staff 143 



Elizabeth Elder — Mathematics 
Venkatachalapa Ellur — Mathematics 
Curt Ervin — Business, Activities Business Man- 
ager 
John Ervin — English Department Chairman 



Ron Finkbiner — Social Studies, Football, Girls' 

Tennis, Quiz Team 

Carolyn Freeman — Mathematics, Mu Alpha The- 

ta 

Art Gonzalez — English as a Second Language 

Phillip Greenwood — Security 



Irvin Haas— Media Specialist 

Ann Hall — Special Education, Drama Club, 

Speech Club 

Joan Hancock — Foreign Language, French Club 

Da Hem Harpold— Clerk 



Upper left: Industrial arts teacher Dewain Johnson 
sports a radical new look. 

Upper right: English teacher Pat Kuhn grades 
themes during period 7. 

Lower left: English teacher Jatinder Singh passes 
out papers to a freshman class. 

Lower right: Secretary Frances Valentine places 
mail in teacher boxes. 



144/Staff 





Richard Harpold — Mathematics, Football 
Shirley Hembd — Home Economics 
Frederick Hewitt — Physical Education, Athletic 
Director 

Ronald Ireland — Mathematics Department Chair- 
man 



Tim Jessup — Science, Boys' Track 

Dewain Johnson — Industrial Arts 

Deborah Jones — Treasurer 

Evelyn Keaton — Science, National Honor Society 



James Komann— Art 

Patricia Kuhn— English 

Jo Anna Leffler— Media Center Director, Media 

Club 

Thomas Lewis— Music Department Chairman, 

Concert Choir, Musical 



Kathleen Lindow— Guidance Learning Center 
Leone Little — Social Studies Department Chair- 
man 

Frank Loll — Special Education, Freshman Basket- 
ball 
James Lynch — Art, Director of Productions 



Virginia McClellan — Attendance Clerk 
Penelope McNeish — Business Department Chair- 
man 

Leona McPherson — Business 
William Morris — Industrial Arts, Football Equip- 
ment Manager 



Shirley Neal— English, Hornet Honeys, Pen Points 
Yvonne Perry — Business, Cooperative Office Edu- 
cation, COE 
Charles Pirtle— Art 
David Poncar — Music, Band 



Staff 145 



Alice Purvis — Mathematics, Girls' Track, Volley- 
ball 

Priscilla Repass — Guidance 
Martin Sam — Physical Education, Boys' Track 
Lola Sargent — Aide 



Greg Shelton — English, Senior Play 

Rita Simmons — Home Economics, Varsity Club, 

Cheerleaders 

Rutha Sims — Special Education 

Jatinder Singh — English 



John Skene — Business, Chess Club 

David Smartz — Guidance 

Shirley Smith — English, Pen Points 

William Smith— Science, Football, Boys' Golf 



Sonia Solomon — Special Education 

Errol Spears— Social Studies, Baseball, Quiz 

Team 

David Stahly — Evening Division Director, Science 

David Stewart— Social Studies, Soccer 




Phyllis Thomas — Clerk 

James Thompson — Physical Education, Boys' 

Basketball 

Thomas Totten — Guidance 

Frances Valentine — Secretary 



Joe Vespo — Foreign Language 
Joseph Vollmer — English, Girls' Golf 
Lula Walston — Aide 
Charles Walter — Mathematics 




146/Staff 







Sudie Watkins — Special Education 

Roxy Watson — Mathematics 

Bettie Webb- Aide 

Wayne Wellington — Industrial Arts Department 

Chairman 



Randy Wemple — Special Education 
Sandra Williams — Business 
Mary Wills— Aide 
Sandra Wiseman — Registrar 



Betty Woods — Physical Education, Girls' Equip- 
ment Manager 

James Yarber — Science, Naturalists Club 
Arretia Young — Aide 



Top: Industrial arts teacher Bill Morris explains a 
model to his class. 

Bottom left: English teacher Joe Vollmer checks 
the weekly bulletin on Monday morning. 

Bottom right: Jim Lynch and Greg Shelton check 
set construction for the senior play. 



Staff 147 



'New look' marks 
'87 school year 

When the end of schools rolls 
around, the seniors are ecstatic 
and at the same time sad and sentimental 
because both good and bad times make 
our high school careers a great, one-time 
experience. 

The 1986-87 school year was one of 
many changes and it helped to put things 
in a more balanced perspective. New stu- 
dents helped Howe to expand and be- 
come stronger in both academics and 
sports. New teachers also added new life 
to stagnant activities. 

Nineteen-eighty-seven will always be 
remembered because of all the changes 
that gave Howe its "New Look." 

(VICKIE DEAL, 
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF) 



Upper right: Scott Schoen concentrates on his 
notes at the Pops Concert. 

Lower right: Pedro Scott enthusiastically plays 
Snoopy in the summer musical, You're a Good Man, 
Charlie Brown. 




148/Closing 




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Top: A polished color guard helmet represents the 
time and effort the ROTC puts in to represent Howe. 

Above: Mat Slaughter and coach Jim Arvin embrace 
triumphantly after Slaughter's city win. 

Left: Varsity players prove that practice and deter- 
mination pay off. 



Closing 149 




Top: The Hornets crunch the Ritter Raiders to score 
a touchdown. 

Above: The Silent Knight brings one of the rare quiet 
moments to Howe. 

Right: "Oh, say can you see..." the spirit at Howe? 

Top: Cooperation is one of the strong points of 
Howe. Amy Kiefner helps one of her fellow swim- 
mers. 



150/Closing 




Top: Cooperation is one of the strong points of 
Howe. Amy Kiefner helps one of her fellow swim- 
mers. 

Above: Dedication and spirit are shown as the band 
marches in rain for homecoming 

Far left: As editor-in-chief. Vickie Deal organizes 
the yearbook room so the book can arrive on time 

Near left: A soft book offers rest. 



Closing 15 1 



Index 



Abel, Angie— 1 12 

Abel, Anthony— 1 12 

Abel, Debbie — 29, 98 

Adams, Beatrice — 142 

Adams, Maria — 140 

Adams, David— 3, 20, 21, 23, 112 

Adams, Dr. James — 78 

Adams, Scott — 57 

Ahmad, Lamont— 42, 67, 98 

Ahmad, Toi— 1 12 

Aldus, David — 22 

Aleksa, Jon — 1 12 

Alexander, Eric— 14, 15, 20, 35, 112 

Alexander, John— 67, 98, 112 

Alexander, Odie — 20, 80, 112 

Alexiou, Kelly— 22, 88, 92, 112 

Allen, Christina— 142 

Allen, Renee— 22, 93, 94, 112, 118 

Allen, Sherman — 112 

Allen, Thomas— 73, 81, 112 

Alstott, Shannon— 1 12 

Aman, Patricia — 111, 142 

Anderson, Angela — 98 

Anderson, Christopher — 17, 22, 57, 

69, 87, 91, 95, 112 

Anderson, David — 112 

Anderson, De Shona — 112 

Anderson, Mark — 67 

Anderson, Matthew — 112 

Anderson, Napoleon — 112 

Anderson, Nicole — 112 

Anderson, Randy — 112 

Anderson, William — 112 

Andrews, Corey— 21, 112 

Andrews, David — 112 

Apollos, Sabra— 1 12 

Arbogast, Eric — 1 12 

Archer, Kelly — 55 

Archey, Titfiani — 46, 47, 57, 112 

Armour, Andrea — 20, 112 

Armour, Jeff — 1 12 

Armstrong, Michele — 112 

Arnett, Susan— 1 12 

Arthur, Amy— 1 12 

Arvin, James— 10, 11, 67, 70, 72, 

77, 80, 142, 149 

Asbury, Clint— 1 12 

Ashby, Lou— 112 

Atchley, Pam— 1 12 

Atkinson, Vernon — 98 

Avant, Tracy— 70, 75, 81 

Ayer, Julie— 112 

Ayers, Amy— 92, 112 

Ayers, Kathy— 29, 98 



B 



Babbs, Jeff— 112 

Babbs, Melissa — 98 

Bailey, Angela— 13, 20, 21, 22, 26, 

27, 28, 29, 98, 107, 108 
Baker, Andy — 57 
Baker, Joni— 1 12 
Baker, Kimberly— 1 12 

Baker, Melinda— 13, 17, 21, 23, 27, 

28, 56, 112 

Baker, Stephanie — 56 
Baker, Steven— 98, 104 
Baldwin, Tracy— 20, 112 
Ball, Shawn— 1 12 



Ballou, Gina— 1 12 

Ballow, Mattie— 142 

Bancroft, Mary— 142 

Bandy, Jason — 1 12 

Bareford, Deborah — 29, 42, 114, 142 

Barnes, Kerry — 1 12 

Barthelemy, Marie — 98 

Bartlett, Lavon— 1 12 

Bartolowitz, Leslie — 14 

Basham, Tina — 1 12 

Bates, Edward— 1 12 

Bates, Jenean — 1 12 

Bates, Joe— 24 

Bates, Mike— 24, 112 

Baugh, Melinda— 27, 112 

Baxter, Leslie— 1 12 

Bear, David— 1 12 

Beasley, Melissa — 112 

Beck, Bruce— 142 

Beck, Richard— 142 

Beech, Jeannette — 112 

Beech, Monroe — 112 

Beech, Peggy— 112 

Beech, Sherri— 33 

Belcher, Bobby— 1 12 

Bell, Mike— 112 

Bell, Tyrone— 112 

Bennett, Sonia— 20, 1 12 

Benson, Margaret — 142 

Benson, Mellondie — 112 

Berg, Erik— 21, 112 

Berry, Robert— 142 

Berry, Steve— 1 12 

Berry, Teresa — 1 12 

Berwanger, Kimberly — 27, 112 

Bibbs, Latrell— 94 

Bieler, Jennifer— 57, 87, 112 

Billingsley, Michael — 20, 112 

Binkley, Jimmy — 1 12 

Bishop, Stacey— 95, 112 

Blackwell, Angela— 1 12 

Blackwell, Payton— 1 12 

Blanchard, Diane — 112 

Blazek, Keith— 58, 64, 67, 70, 81, 

112 

Blazek, Teresa— 42, 112 

Boicourt, Duane — 40 

Boiler, Darla— 112 

Boiler, Daymond — 1 12 

Booher, Guy— 17, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 

108, 109, 113, 117 

Borders, Cheryl— 1 13 

Bosley, Karry— 29 

Bottorff, Maria— 1 13 

Boulware, Angela— 20, 79, 114 

Bowman, Darren — 98 

Bowman, Rhonda — 113 

Boyd, Brian— 17, 21, 22, 23, 25 

Boyd, Reuben— 113 

Boyd, Willie— 1 13 

Boynton, Ann — 142 

Bradberry, Nicole— 20, 113 

Bramblett, Joseph — 21, 22, 23, 114 

Bramblett, Robert— 142 

Branham, Darla — 114 

Branham, Lanone — 29, 98 

Bratcher, Mike— 20, 114 

Brattain, Leandra — 20, 114 

Braun, Michelle — 29, 98 

Bray, Christopher — 114 

Bray, Demetria — 33, 114 

Bray, Louie — 142 

Bredensteiner, Kurt — 114 

Brewer, Brian — 1 14 

Bridges, Jennifer — 114 



Briggs, James — 1 14 

Britt, Mark — 29, 67, 98 

Britt, Matthew— 78, 80, 114 

Brittain, Lorri — 98 

Broaden, Norman — 22, 95 

Brooks, Bryan— 40, 71, 80, 114 

Brooks, Lawanna — 114 

Brooks, Scott— 3, 67, 114 

Brown, Anthony — 20, 115 

Brown, Charles— 8, 67, 70, 81, 115 

Brown, Jainean — 115 

Brown, Jennifer — 113 

Brown, John '89—1 15 

Brown, John '90—1 15 

Brown, Judy — 1 15 

Brown, Larry — 142 

Brown, Little— 1 15 

Brown, Michael '89—67, 115, 127 

Brown, Michael '90—115 

Brown, Rita— 1 15 

Brown, Shawn — 67, 115 

Brown, Vera — 1 15 

Browning, Greg — 115 

Browning, Grover — 27, 115 

Bruce, James — 1 15 

Bryant, Charlene— 98 

Bryant, Cynthia — 

Bryant, Dawn — 1 15 

Bryant, Jacinda— 56, 88, 94, 95, 98, 

103 

Bryant, Michael— 142 

Buchanan, Ginni — 1 15 

Buckley, William— 142 

Buckner, Galen— 67, 115 

Buffington, Michael — 115 

Bullens, Bonnie — 115 

Bullock, Angela — 115 

Bullock, Deandra — 115 

Burck, Danny— 57, 61, 67, 98 

Burge, Beverly— 29 

Burgett, Terry — 1 15 

Burhannon, Sedia — 94, 95, 115 

Burks, Aaron — 1 15 

Burmeister, Cindy — 1 15 

Burns, Crystal — 1 15 

Burns, James — 1 15 

Burns, Rodney — 67, 81, 115 

Burns, Suzanne — 115 

Burris, Chad— 14, 23, 1 15, 159, 160 

Burton, Matt— 115 

Bussey, Jane— 29, 98 

Butcher, Kimberly — 115 

Butterfield, Christopher — 115 

Byer, Heather— 94, 115 

Byrd, Daphne— 68, 79 

Byrd, Deanna — 142 

Byrd, Jessica — 35, 115 



Calhan, Therese — 143 

Campbell, Casey— 66, 115, 135 

Campbell, Crystal— 115, 158, 159, 

160 

Campbell, Eugene — 25. 98 

Campbell, Maria — 115 

Campbell, Martti— 1 15 

Campbell, Shaune— 68, 95, 115 

Capshaw, Chrisy — 98 

Capshaw, Debra — 23, 27, 57, 79. 

115 

Carleton, Cory— 14, 115, 158, 159, 

160 

Carlisle, Irish— 98 

Carlyle, Sheila— 1 15 



Carlyle, Shell* — 115 

Carmer, Melissa — 115 

Carnes, Sandi — 98 

Carpenter, Reginald — 115 

Carr, Anthony— 32, 33, 115 

Carr, Lincoln — 98 

Carr, Tyrone— 33, 1 15 

Carroll, Treva— 143 

Carson, Shannon — 29 

Carter, Daryl— 58, 67, 115 

Carter, Wilson— 115 

Cary, Marc — 1 15 

Catt, Debbie— 114, 115 

Chambers, Andy— 115 

Chambers, Yolanda — 115 

Chestang, Chris — 115 

Chestang, Keith — 67 

Chew, Ralph— 115 

Chilton, Shelley— 115 

Christian, Lisa — 1 15 

Clark, Bryan— 20, 67, 73, 80, 115 

Clark, Christopher— 56, 67, 115, 126 

Clark, Delnitta— 29, 98 

Clark, Doug— 67, 115 

Clegg, Kathleen— 1 16 

Clement, Anjanette — 116 

Cline, Melissa — 1 16 

Cline, Tammy — 1 16 

Clouse, Henry — 67, 80, 116 

Coe, Timmy — 1 16 

Coe, Wayland— 56, 99 

Coffee, Larry— 20, 1 16 

Coffin, Kimberly — 99 

Coffman, Cindy — 99 

Cole, Adrina — 116 

Cole, James — 1 16 

Coleman, Edward — 87. 99 

Collins, Joseph — 116 

Collins, Kimberly— 20. 116 

Collins, Nora— 116 

Collins, Staci— 69, 86, 95. 116 

Collins, Steven— 28, 99 

Collins, Traci— 25, 27, 56, 94, 116, 

118 

Collis, Vincent— 1 16 

Combs, Curtis— 116 

Combs, James — 32, 33, 116 

Comstock, Shannon — 116 

Conley, Darrick — 116 

Conner, Lori — 1 16 

Cook, Eric— 22, 100 

Cook-Mozingo, Ronald— 32, 116 

Coomer, James — 67, 81, 116 

Cooper, Elizabeth — 143 

Cooper, Michael— 29, 100, 143 

Cooper, Sonya — 116 

Cooper, Traci — 21, 49, 56, 69, 116 

Copeland, Curtis — 116 

Corbett, Caroline— 116 

Corey, Mike— 57, 69. 116 

Corey, Tim— 57, 116 

Corne, Audrey — 143 

Cornette, Amanda — 25 

Cornette, Pete— 116 

Corpuz, Elena— 50, 55, 116 

Cosby, Rhonda— 23, 116 

Cosner, Larry — 116 

Cosper, Erika — 1 16 

Cotterman, Tammy — 116 

Couch, Connie — 116 

Coulon, Burnel — 143 

Covington, Philip — 116 

Cowin, Patricia — 1 16 

Cox, Brad— 20, 67, 116 

Cox, Todd— 116 



152/lndex 



Crafton, Tammy— 29, 100 

Craig, David — 21, 72, 116 

Cravens, Marcie — 116 

Crawley, Shem— 116 

Creasey, Gary — 1 16 

Criswell, Chris— 29 

Crockett, Ron— 116 

Cromer, Angel — 1 16 

Crosby, Yolanda— 116 

Cross, Kim— 70, 73, 74, 79 

Crouch, Roderick— 67, 116 

Crowe, Cassandra — 23, 39, 57, 79, 

116 

Cruz, Rita— 1 16 

Cunningham, Darline — 100 

Cunningham, Steven — 116 

Cupp, Angelia — 1 16 

Currie, Ken— 100 

Currin, Mark— 116 

Currin, Russell — 1 16 

Curry, Otis— 57, 69, 143 



Danforth, Juanita — 116 

Daniels, Janet— 33, 116 

Daniels, Leah — 1 16 

Davenport, Carmen — 74, 79, 116 

Davidson, Clifton — 67, 116 

Davidson, Crystal — 116 

Davidson, Jesse — 101 

Davis, Antonio— 67, 116 

Davis, Damon — 1 16 

Davis, Francita — 1 16 

Davis, James — 1 16 

Davis, Jerome— 13, 14, 18, 19, 20, 

21, 22, 23, 57, 117 

Davis, Joan— 92, 1 17 

Davis, Julia — 93 

Davis, Keith— 81, 117 

Davis, Kim— 1 17 

Davis, Latonya '88—117 

Davis, Latonya '90 — 117 

Davis, Lisa — 1 17 

Davis, Timothy — 117 

Davis, Tonya — 1 17 

Davis, Yvette— 117 

Day, Regina — 1 17 

Day, Robert— 117 

Dea, Lemann — 56, 117 

Deacon, Rickey — 117 

Deal, John— 69 

Deal, Vickie— 23, 117, 151, 158, 

159, 160 

Dean, Anthony — 49, 52, 56, 67, 117 

Dearth, James — 23, 1 17 

Deberry, Ellis— 1 17 

DeCastro, Roselyn — 117 

Deeter, Amy— 104 

Deeter, Gary (Steve)— 14, 1 17 

Deeter, Jeff— 49, 53, 56, 67, 117 

Deeter, Thomas — 66, 118 

Denk, Rodney— 1 18 

Denny, Ronnie— 81, 1 18 

Denton, Tracy— 20, 1 18 

Depew, Melinda — 1 1 8 

Depp, David — 20, 1 18 

Depp, James — 1 18 

DeSalme, James — 1 18 

DeWeese, Tracy — 20, 118 

DeWitt, Lori— 101, 159, 160 

DeWitz, Mary— 143 

Dickinson, Hugh — 1 18 

Dinkens, E. Dale— 143, 158, 160 

Dismuke, Bryan — 33, 118 



Doan, Natalie— 25, 101 

Dockery, Curtis— 1 18 

Dodson, Brian — 1 18 

Donigan, James — 118 

Donigan, Lavonzella — 119 

Donofrio, Frank — 101 

Donofrio, Tony — 1 19 

Douglas, Tammy — 79, 91, 94, 95, 

119, 

160 

Douthit, Michael— 119 

Dover, Anthony — 119 

Downing, Sean — 81 

Drane, Ligon — 142 

Dressier, Warren — 143 

Dubree, Donna — 101 

Duffy, Carl— 143 

Dugger, Dave — 1 19 

Duncan, Christopher— 20, 67, 81, 

119 

Duncan, Doris — 143 

Dunlap, Kristy — 56 

Dunz, John— 58, 67, 101 

Dunz, Robert— 1 19 

Dyer, Laura — 1 19 



Earls, Michelle — 25, 27, 28, 101, 

103 

Eberly, Allen— 119 

Eby, Walter— 101 

Edmond, John C— 1 19 

Edmond, John L. — 70, 81, 119 

Edmonds, Damon — 119 

Edwards, David — 119 

Edwards, Robert— 143 

Edwards, Shana — 119 

Edwards, Sherry— 23, 27, 28, 119 

Edwards, Tina— 68, 119 

Edy, Wendy— 119 

Ehlers, Brian— 56, 119 

Elam, Darrell— 67, 119 

Elder, Elizabeth— 144 

Ellington, Ramona — 119 

Ellington, Rochelle— 1 19 

Elliot, David— 97, 119 

Ellis, Dana— 1 19 

Ellur, Venkatachalapa — 144 

Embry, Barb— 118, 119 

Embry, Ericka— 56, 94, 95, 114, 119 

Endridge, Crystal— 1 19 

Endsley, Chris — 56 

Endsley, Jennifer— 3, 56, 60, 69, 

119 

Engle, Jeff— 119 

English, Joanie — 58, 68 

Ervin, Curt— 144 

Ervin, John — 144 

Eubanks, Jeanmarie — 119 

Evans, Barry— 20, 1 19 

Ewell, Angie— 33, 1 19 

Ewing, Margie — 1 19 



Farmer, Ann— 1 19 
Faryna, Kim— 1 19 
Faryna, Stacey— 59, 68, 119 
Faubion, Bonnie — 24, 119 
Faulkner, Jeff— 1 19 
Faulkner, Tommy— 1 19 
Felts, Greg— 1 19 
Ferguson, Candida— 1 19 
Ferrell, Charlene— 1 19 



Ferrell, Kimberly— 57, 101 

Fetty, Kimberly— 1 19 

Fields, Janice— 27, 1 19 

Findlay, Bridget— 94, 1 19 

Fines, Jennifer— 23, 26, 119 

Finkbiner, Ron— 46, 56, 67, 143, 

144 

Finley, Shannon — 1 19 

Finley, William— 1 19 

Fishburn, Andrea— 14, 20, 119 

Fisher, Debra — 32, 22, 119 

Fisher, Devin — 1 19 

Fisher, Ellen — 21, 113 

Fisher, Jennee — 33, 113 

Fisher, Kristine — 119 

Fitts, Harvey— 1 19 

Fitzgerald, Shannon — 119 

Flanary, Christina — 101 

Flanary, Shannon — 119 

Flanigan, Debra— 38, 119 

Flanigan, Shannon — 37 

Flanigan, Shelly— 1 19 

Flanigan, Sherry — 119 

Flick, Patrick— 101 

Flodder, Jim— 119 

Flora, Aaron — 101 

Flynn, Emery — 1 19 

Flynn, Jennifer — 1 19 

Fogle, LaShona— 120 

Foltz, Krista— 29, 56, 101 

Foltz, Sarah— 92, 120 

Foor, Roberta— 120 

Foster, Alfreda— 29, 101 

Foster, Cindy— 120 

Foster, Vernessa — 120 

Fowler, Brian— 69, 120 

Franklin, Amanda — 23, 120 

Franklin, Kari— 120 

Frederickson, Jill— 17, 23, 25, 54, 

56, 58, 69, 120, 160 

Freed, Cindy— 57, 120 

Freeman, Carolyn — 26, 144 

Freemont, Kristy — 120 

Freemont, Lisa — 120 

Freitag, Melissa — 120 

Freitag, Tom — 24, 25, 120, 121 

French, Lisa — 120 

French, Tina — 120 

Friddle, Deborah— 20, 120, 139 

Fuller, Karla— 120 

Fulton, Ryan— 120 

Fultz, Joseph— 101, 159, 160 

Fultz, Michael — 28, 120 

Furnish, Pennie — 120 

Futch, Christopher— 120 

Futrell, Aaron— 120 



Gable, Amy— 62, 68, 101, 107 

Gaines, Devon — 120 

Galyan, Michelle— 120 

Gant, Shawntez— 14, 21, 67, 80, 

120 

Gardner, Kimberly— 120 

Garrett, Royetta— 120 

Garza, Dawn — 101 

Gatewood, Robin— 120 

Gavin, Jeff— 67, 120 

Gayer, Michelle— 120 

Gebhart, Jerry— 120 

George, Clyde— 120 

George, Paula— 120 

Gibbons, Nanette— 120 

Gil, Pepe — 66 



Gilbert, Teresa— 120 

Gilfillen, Theresa— 120 

Gillespie, Michael— 120 

Gilliam, Chris— 120 

Gilliam, Steve— 120 

Givan, D.J. — 20, 70, 73, 79, 120 

Givan, Yvette— 7, 20, 101 

Glass, Kimberlee — 29, 101 

Glaze, Larry— 160 

Glover, Erika— 120 

Glover, Stephen— 120 

Golden, Shana — 25 

Golden, William— 120 

Goldsberry, Cathy— 120 

Gomez, Andrew — 120 

Gomez, Ernie — 104 

Gomez, Michael — 120 

Gomillia, Daymon — 3, 70, 81, 120 

Gonzalez, Art — 144 

Gonzalez, Dax — 56, 67, 120 

Goodman, David — 120 

Gordon, Johnny— 22, 28, 120 

Gorman, Anthony— 67, 120 

Gorman, Michael — 120 

Gorton, Jake— 120 

Gough, Amy— 29, 101 

Gough, Keith— 14, 20, 120 

Grace, Pearson— 99, 101 

Graham, Jeff— 120 

Graves, Jacqueline — 120 

Gray, Aaron — 21, 120 

Gray, David— 120, 122 

Gray, Lisa— 23, 120 

Gray, Theresa — 23, 120 

Green, Jeremy— 80, 120 

Greenwood, Phillip — - 1 44 

Gregory, Carolyn — 29, 120 

Gregory, Danielle— 87, 93, 121 

Gregory, Michael — 21, 25, 121 

Grider, David— 14, 20, 23, 121 

Griffey, Ron— 143 

Griffo, Tammy— 121 

Grisby, Gino— 80 

Grisby, Victor— 67, 121 

Grismore, Kelly— 121 

Groomer, Stacy — 121 

Grooms, Sonja — 95, 121 

Gross, Mike— 121 

Guernsey, Beverly — 52, 55, 121 

Guffy, Tim— 121 

Guinn, Joelie — 121 

Gut, Jonathan— 66, 101 

Guthrie, David — 24, 58, 66, 118, 121 

Guthrie, Jennifer— 46, 52, 57 



H 



Haas, Irvin — 144 

Haddle, Kenneth— 121 

Hadley, Gene— 101 

Hadley, Melissa— 10, 59. 62, 68, 

101 

Hale, Billy — 20. 101 

Hale, Bobby — 20, 101 

Hale, Melinda— 121 

Hall, Ann — 28. 144 

Hall, JoAnna— 121 

Hall, Richard — 29 

Hall, Ron— 121 

Hamby, Mary— 121 

Hamilton, Kim — 20. 21, 121 

Hammond. Jennifer — 122 

Hammonds. Robert — 122 

Hammons. Bradley — 122 

Hammontree. Janet — 23, 121 



Index 153 



Hancock, Joan — 27, 56, 144 

Haney, Joy— 122 

Hardy, Gary— 80, 122 

Hardy, Jennifer — 122 

Harley, Yalanda— 122 

Harmon, Cheryl— 122 

Harmon, Dawn — 24, 122 

Harney, Faye — 122 

Harper, Bill — 48, 67, 101 

Harper, Caroline— 29, 101 

Harper, Dale— 122 

Harper, Millissia — 122 

Harper, Spencer — 122 

Harpold, Dallene— 92, 144 

Harpold, Richard — 58, 67, 76, 145 

Harpold, Russell— 67, 122 

Harrell, Rodney— 123 

Harris, Christa— 123 

Harris, Curtis — 8 

Harris, Marcus — 56 

Harris, Nicole — 123 

Harris, Robby— 14, 15, 20, 87, 95, 

101 

Harris, Sheila — 14 

Hart, Bertha — 29, 101 

Hart, Michelle— 20, 123 

Harter, Heather— 20, 21, 22, 25, 56, 

123 

Hartsock, Laura — 123 

Harvey, Shannon — 123 

Haskin, Paula— 101 

Hatter, Foronda — 123 

Havvard, Linda — 123 

Hawkins, Brian— 46, 47, 57, 102 

Hawthorne, Derek— 10, 26, 45, 58, 

60, 67, 70, 77, 81, 85, 102 

Hayes, Timothy— 20, 80, 123 

Heimel, Ginger — 123 

Heizer, Lori— 20, 93, 123 

Heizer, Patty— 23, 90, 123 

Helvie, Shane— 123 

Hembd, Shirley— 43, 145 

Hendley, Scott— 123 

Hendricks, Neiko — 123 

Henslee, Kelli— 27, 123 

Henslee, Tina— 20, 27, 123 

Herald, Rosemarie — 123 

Hewitt, Frederick — 145 

Hewlett, April— 123 

Hickman, Elizabeth-123- 

Hickman, Ken— 66, 102 

Hicks, Eddie — 20, 80, 123 

Hicks, Peggie— 123 

Hicks, Shane— 123 

Hicks, Tracy— 123 

Higgins, Stacey — 123 

Higgins, Vince — 102 

Hill, Latasha— 123 

Hill, Patrick— 123 

Hilliard, James — 102 

Hilliard, Perry— 123 

Hilliard, Troy— 29 

Hilyard, Lisa— 123 

Hindman, Michaela — 29 

Hinton, Phillip— 123 

Hix, Sonya — 25, 123 

Hobaugh, Robert— 102 

Hodnett, Andrew— 102 

Hoff, Shannon— 123 

Hogue, Troy— 21, 67, 123 

Holland, Alicia— 123 

Holland, Kenneth— 80, 123 

Holland, Robert— 123 

Holliday, Alvin— 47, 54, 67, 70, 80, 

123 



Holliday, Timothy — 58, 66, 67, 81, 

123 

Holmes, Jermanne — 81, 123 

Holmes, Pete— 81, 123 

Holmes, Tim— 66, 123 

Holton, Jennifer— 123 

Hon, Gabrielle— 35, 123 

Hornback, Amy— 21, 35, 123 

Horner, Gregory — 102 

Hornsby, Keith— 123 

Horton, Jonathan— 67, 81, 123 

Horton, Paul— 123 

Horton, Shawnetta— 123 

Houpt, Jeff— 32, 33, 123 

House, Christine — 123 

Howard, Bertina— 123 

Howard, James — 123 

Howe, Greg— 123 

Howe, Jason — 123 

Howe, Julie— 29, 123 

Hubbard, Mark— 57 

Huckleby, Shawn— 80, 123 

Hudson, Mindi— 123 

Huggler, Carrie— 20, 123 

Huggler, Dana— 14, 20, 84, 102 

Hughes, Brett— 21, 123 

Hughes, Michael— 123 

Hughes, Shawn— 123 

Hull, Donald— 123 

Huller, James— 57, 102 

Humphries, Michelle — 23, 68, 124 

Hunt, Marsha— 124 

Hunt, Michael— 124 

Hunter, Brian— 29, 102 

Hunter, Heather— 124, 126 

Huntsinger, Don — 124 

Hupp, Lori — 47, 55 

Hurt, Greg— 81, 124 

Hurt, Tammy — 124 

Hutchinson, James — 124 

Hutchinson, Jim — 124 

Hyde, Casandra — 124 

Hynds, Brian— 124 



/ 



Ingels, Stacey— 20, 124 
Ingram, Tonya — 124 
Ireland, Ronald — 145 
Irons, Scott— 124 
Irons, William — 124 
Isenberg, Jon — 27, 28, 124 



Jackson, Carl — 124 

Jackson, Dawn — 124 

Jackson, Julie — 23, 124 

Jackson, Robbin — 29, 95 

Jacob, Bruce — 76 

Jacobs, Angela — 124 

Jacobs, Carolyn— 13, 17, 21, 23, 56, 

68, 124 

Jacobs, Danny — 124 

Jacobs, Ronnie — 80 

Jagoe, Tonya — 124 

Jarrett, Chris— 124 

Jefferson, Artez — 124 

Jefferson, Gregory — 124 

Jefferson, Jackie — 124 

Jenkins, Danial — 124 

Jenkins, Darrell — 124 

Jenkins, Raynette — 124 

Jenkins, Zora — 23, 124 

Jennings, Jason — 99 



Jenson, Billy— 32, 33, 66, 124 

Jessee, Lloyd— 25, 28, 124 

Jessup, Angela— 102, 107 

Jessup, Tim — 56, 145 

Johns, Daniel — 124 

Johns, David— 124 

Johns, Nicholas — 124 

Johnson, Alonzo— 58, 67, 124 
Anthony— 81, 124 
Benjamin— 57, 102 
Cary— 66, 124 
Charles '89—124 
Charles '90—67, 124 
Darwin— 102 
David— 124 
Dewain— 40, 132, 144, 



Johnson 

Johnson 

Johnson 

Johnson 

Johnson 

Johnson 

Johnson 

Johnson 

145 

Johnson 

160 

Johnson 

Johnson 

Johnson 

Johnson 

Johnson 

Johnson 

Johnson 

Johnson 

Johnson 

Johnson 

Johnson 

Johnson 

Johnson 

124 

Johnson 

Johnson 

Johnson 



Eugene— 32, 124, 159, 

Janella— 124 

Joseph — 124 

Kali— 68, 124 

Kevin— 70 

Lea— 124 

Leslie— 33, 124 

Lisa— 124 

Natisha— 124 

Racquel — 76, 79, 124 

Ralph — 66 

Ron— 81, 124 

Sean— 124 

Steve— 22, 25, 108, 109, 



Taiwonda — 124 
Tayjuana— 93, 124 
Traci— 124 

Jointer, Kim — 46, 57 

Jones, Christopher — 124 

Jones, Damond — 46 

Jones, David — 124 

Jones, Deborah — 145 

Jones, Elvis — 124 

Jones, Jacqueline — 102 

Jones, Jeff— 124 

Jones, Joseph — 124 

Jones, Kimmey — 124 

Jones, Ron— 67, 125 

Jones, Shannon — 125 

Jones, Stacey — 125 

Jones, Tawanna — 29 

Jones, Teresa — 25, 29, 102 

Journey, Carmele — 125 

Journey, Oscar — 125 

Judd, Mark— 125 

Judd, Richard— 125 



Kanouse, Gene — 125 

Kates, Melissa — 57, 68, 79, 125, 

135 

Kates, Rodney— 25, 34, 35, 69, 125, 

131, 135 

Kearney, Nicole — 125 

Keaton, Elva— 46, 51, 57 

Keaton, Evelyn — 26, 42, 145 

Keaton, Lecia — 26, 27, 28, 56, 58, 

63, 102 

Keck, Katharine— 27, 29, 102 

Keeney, Michele — 125 

Kees, Dana— 3, 41, 71, 79, 91, 94, 

125 

Keith, Ann— 125 

Keith, Darrel— 125 

Keith, Linda— 125 



Kellar, Phillip— 25, 35, 26, 102 

Kelley, Annette— 125 

Kelley, Teresa— 23, 125 

Kelly, Jerry— 125 

Kennedy, Lorrie— 28, 60, 69, 125 

Keppler, Tony— 67, 125 

Kidd, James— 126 

Kidwell, Angela — 27, 126 

Kidwell, Anna— 58, 68 

Kiefner, Amy— 3, 56, 69, 92, 126, 

151 

Kilbourn, Simone — 126 

Kim, Hyon— 58, 63, 66 

Kimling, Eric — 21 

Kimmell, Josh— 84, 114, 126 

Kincaid, Amy— 88, 91, 94, 126 

Kincaid, Jeremy— 14, 15, 21, 126 

King, Candalyn— 126 

King, James — 126 

King, Susan— 126 

Kingery, David— 121, 126 

Kissee, April — 126 

Klincose, Fritz — 66 

Knapp, Larry— 22, 26, 67, 126 

Knight, Jason— 126 

Knight, Sheryle— 127 

Knorr, John — 46, 55, 56 

Koehler, Stephanie — 127 

Koehler, Tamatha — 127 

Komann, James — 145 

Kord, Evan— 102 

Kramer, Dane — 127 

Kuhn, Patricia— 144, 145 



Lacey, Melody — 127 

Lackey, Kevin — 127 

Ladd, Michelle— 127 

Ladd, Roy— 127 

LaFollette, Julie— 20, 27, 127 

Lambert, Peggy— 52, 55, 127 

Lander, Angela — 127 

Lane, Amber — 60, 69, 127 

Lane, Josh— 66, 127 

Largent, Tammy — 27, 127 

Larrabee, Andrew — 127 

Lashley, Charles— 57, 127 

Lashley, Scott— 127 

Lasley, Terri — 127 

Lawmaster, Melissa — 127 

Lawrence, Russell — 20, 127 

Leach, Steve— 127 

Leadingham, Joshua — 25, 127 

Leavell, Kathy— 127 

Leavell, Kenneth— 127 

Lee, Carol— 29, 102 

Lee, James — 127 

Lee, Joe — 67 

Lee, Rochelle— 127 

Lee, Shaneca — 127 

Leffler, Jo Anna— 27, 145 

Lego, William — 127 

Leisure, Tammy — 127 

LeMasters, Carie — 127 

Leo, Tina— 127 

Leslie, Michell— 127 

Leslie, Sandy— 122, 127 

Leslie, Tina— 102 

Lesure, Roger — 127 

Lewellen, Carolyn— 23, 25, 34, 35, 

127 

Lewis, Darvina — 127 

Lewis, Gale— 118, 127 

Lewis, Jenny — 127 



154/lndex 



Lewis, Michael— 14, 67, 127 

Lewis, Robert— 5, 20, 102 

Lewis, Tawana — 95, 127 

Lewis, Thomas— 18, 145, 160 

Lewis, Tonya— 93, 127 

Liford, David— 127 

Liford, Krista— 127 

Light, Gary— 127 

Lilly, Carol— 127 

Lilly, Hyacinth— 127 

Lilly, Paul— 127 

Lindley, Julie— 29, 102 

Lindow, Kathleen — 145 

Lindsey, Jeff— 127 

Lindsey, Kevin— 21, 67, 127 

Lipinski, Robert — 66 

Lisby, Jason— 67, 127 

Litteral, Darrin— 36, 46, 47, 50, 57 

Litteral, Kevin— 127 

Littell, Judy— 29 

Little, Leone — 145 

Lively, Shannon — 127 

Lobb, Carol— 127 

Logan, James — 127 

Logan, Tammie — 127 

Loge, Johanna — 127 

Loll, Frank— 145 

Loman, Evalena — 127 

Long, Cameron — 57, 127 

Long, James A.— 29, 102 

Long, Kellie— 127 

Long, Rebecca — 127 

Long, Susan — 127 

Lott, Shron— 57 

Loudermilk, Mike — 160 

Lough, Alan — 22, 23, 127 

Love, Larry — 127 

Lovins, Paula— 28, 128 

Lowe, Robert — 56, 67, 126, 128 

Lowenthal, Tracy — 21 

Lowery, Steve— 128 

Lucas, Dara — 24, 102 

Lucas, Robyn — 20, 79, 94, 128 

Luna, Tonya — 128 

Lungwitz, Kim — 22, 23, 128 

Lyden, Thea— 128 

Lynch, James— 24, 41, 145, 147, 

1 60 

Lyons, Dale— 128 



M 



Maciotok, Katie — 28, 102 

Madden, Jody— 128, 158, 160 

Maddrill, David— 128 

Maher, Kim — 75, 79, 129 

Maier, Yvonne — 128 

Majors, Brian — 128 

Majors, Denise — 128 

Malone, Robert — 30, 31, 32 

Mancillas, Alejandro — 67, 128 

Mandel, Matt— 128 

Mandel, Michelle— 102 

Mangine, Louis — 29 

Mann, Robert — 67, 81, 128 

Manns, Donald— 128 

Maples, Jeannine— 19, 20, 22, 108 

Maples, Regina— 128 

Marble, Jeffery — 67, 128 

Marcom, Adam — 128 

Marcum, Rod— 10, 11, 58, 67, 70, 

75, 

80, 128 

Marcum, Sean— 46, 53, 56, 58, 63, 

69, 71, 102, 157, 158, 160 



Marlow, Thomas — 128 

Marsh, David— 128 

Marshall, Lori — 20, 128 

Marshino, Dion — 128 

Martin, Carol— 128 

Martin, Chrissy— 20, 128 

Martin, Crystal— 30, 128 

Martin, David— 129 

Martin, Deborah— 129 

Martin, Harry— 103 

Martin, Josh— 129 

Martin, Kowalski— 129 

Martin, Michael— 67, 90, 129 

Martin, Robert— 67, 129 

Martinez, Enrique — 129 

Mason, Cheryl — 55, 103 

Mason, James— 67, 70, 72, 80, 129 

Massey, Susan — 129 

Massy, David — 34 

Maxberry, Amy — 129 

Maxie, Belinda— 129 

Maxie, Tonya— 25, 129 

Maxieson, Eddie — 129 

May, Ricky— 129 

Maynard, George— 39, 104, 129 

McAllister, Sandra— 129 

McAfee, Chester— 129 

McAtee, Gina— 29 

McCallister, Connie— 129 

McCary, Brian— 38, 129 

McClain, Lisa— 29, 103 

McClara, Jack— 129 

McClara, William— 129 

McClary, James— 103, 129 

McClary, Stacey— 129 

McClellan, Virginia — 145 

McCloud, Earl— 129 

McCoy, Mark— 129 

McCoy, Sharon— 129 

McCurdy, Howard— 129 

McDonald, Brian— 10, 11, 67, 70, 

80, 

129 

McDowell, Allison— 129 

McDowell, Marian— 21, 94, 129 

McFarland, Gary— 129 

McFerrin, Alan — 35, 129 

McGarvey, Molly— 129 

McGee, Demetrius — 71, 81, 129 

McGee, Raetta — 91, 94, 129 

McGinley, Charles— 129 

McGinnis, Rewa — 129 

McGinty, Carl — 46, 50, 56, 129 

McHaney, Christina — 103 

McKinney, Charles— 129 

McLain, Larissa — 3, 129 

McMillin, Keli— 129 

McNeal, Yolanda— 129 

McNeely, Kevin — 62, 69, 129 

McNeish, Penelope — 145 

McPherson, Leona — 145 

Mellis, Crystal— 129 

Melton, John— 129 

Mercer, Kelly— 129 

Merrill, Mike— 160 

Mertz, Jon — 21, 61, 69, 108, 109 

Mertz, Monica— 14, 21, 129 

Messenger, Tim — 20, 129 

Meulen, Rhonda — 21, 129 

Meyer, Elyce— 13, 21, 23, 28, 104, 

108, 109 

Meyer, Leslie — 129 

Middlebrook, Carla— 129 

Miles, Desmond — 129 

Miles, Waymon — 129 



Miley, Kathy— 10, 18, 19, 21, 22, 

23, 108, 109, 129 

Miller, Amy— 129 

Miller, Andre— 81, 117, 129 

Miller, Anna — 27, 129 

Miller, Cindy— 29, 56, 104 

Miller, Diane— 29, 46, 56, 104 

Miller, James— 67, 129 

Miller, Joyce— 93, 130 

Miller, Justine— 10, 55, 65, 69, 130 

Miller, Sarah— 130 

Miller, Stephanie— 130 

Miller, Treq— 32, 33, 130 

Mills, Arliss— 30 

Mills, Michael— 130 

Minks, Rhonda— 57, 130 

Mitchell, Steve— 32, 33, 130 

Mocco, Molly— 25, 130 

Moenius, John — 130 

Moffatt, Machelle— 130 

Molin, Shawn— 130 

Monger, J.R.— 130 

Moore, Charles— 130 

Moore, Jennifer— 84, 92, 104 

Moore, Kevin — 22 

Moore, Linda — 21, 130 

Moore, Marcus — 67, 130 

Moore, Mary — 130 

Moore, Penny — 104 

Moore, Stephanie-41, 69, 88, 130- 

Moore, Tracie — 130 

Moore, Tyrone — 67, 105 

Moore, Vince — 130 

Moran, James — 130 

Moran, Roger— 80, 130 

Moriarty, James — 130 

Morris, Chris— 130 

Morris, Jeannetta-130- 

Morris, Kelly— 56 

Morris, Michael — 130 

Morris, Monica — 130 

Morris, William — 145, 147 

Morton, Amy — 130 

Morton, Sean— 130 

Mosley, Terri— 68, 105 

Moss, Ken— 67, 105 

Moyers, Diane — 130 

Moyers, Linda — 130 

Mozingo, Louis — 25, 26, 27, 130, 

136 

Muir, Elisa— 130 

Muir, James — 56 

Mumaw, Amy — 55 

Mundy, Ricky— 130 

Murphy, Patricia — 130 

Murphy, Tammy — 130 

Myers, Dana— 103, 105 

N 

Nalley, Sarah — 22, 23, 29 

Napier, Connie — 130 

Napier, Hollie— 130 

Naue, Lizzia — 22, 29, 84, 105 

Neal, Kim — 29 

Neal, Richard — 57, 80, 122. 130 

Neal, Shirley— 145 

Neely, Michael— 158, 159, 160 

Neville, Sarita— 130 

Newkirk, Kelly — 20, 105, 107 

Newman, Daniel — 130 

Nichols, Tina— 130 

Nicoson, William — 130 

Niehus, Kevin — 67, 105 

Nipp, Julia— 130 



Nixon, Clechia— 130 
Nixon, Derrick — 130 
Nolan, Jeffrey — 41, 105 
Northington, Neville — 130 
Northrup, Charlie— 130 
Norwood, Christopher — 130 
Nott, Cassaundra — 130 
Nuckols, Keith— 21, 32, 51, 56, 130 
Nutter, Stacey— 130 



Oberholtzer, Shelley— 27, 130 

Oberlander, Steve— 130 

Ochs, Robb— 130 

Ochs, Sherri— 54, 55, 68, 77, 79, 

130 

Odom, Derrick— 130 

Offutt, Dayna— 130 

Oldham, Darren— 130 

Oleksy, James — 130 

Oleksy, Stephanie— 21, 85, 100, 

105, 

110, 111 

Oliphant, Tobi— 88, 92, 130 

Orr, Billy— 80 

Orr, Darrin— 81, 130 

Owens, Andrew— 70, 81, 131 

Owens, Johnnella— 1 13, 131 

Owens, Katrina — 131 



Page, Chuck— 58, 69 

Palmer, Renee — 131 

Parker, Adam— 131 

Parker, Don— 67, 131 

Parker, Greg— 131 

Parker, Michelle— 131 

Parks, Diana— 131 

Parks, Pam— 68 

Parmelee, Jeff— 131 

Parmelee, Jon — 105 

Parmer, Penny — 131 

Parrish, Sharon — 131 

Parson, Clarence — 29 

Partin, Brian— 131 

Paschal, Sharon — 23, 131 

Patel, Danny— 132 

Patterson, Anita — 27 

Patterson, Raymond — 132 

Pavey, Lisa— 132 

Payne, Curtis— 99 

Payne, David —132 

Payne, Dion— 132 

Payne, Lanetta— 132 

Pemberton, Daphne — 79, 132 

Pennington, Danny — 95 

Pennington, Jeff— 132 

Pennington, Mary — 132 

Pennington, Penny — 57 

Pennington, Teresa — 29, 62, 64, 68, 

105 

Pennington, Theresa — 132 

Peoples, Steven — 67, 80. 132 

Perry, Anita— 132 

Perry, Demetria — 23, 132 

Perry, Fred— 132 

Perry, Michelle— 132 

Perry, Sheila — 79. 132 

Perry, Yvonne — 145 

Pershing, Jason — 57, 132 

Person, Ayanna — 21, 132 

Petree, Jerry— 57, 70. 80. 105 

Pettigrew. Julia— 132 



Index 155 



Peyton. Jacqueline — 68. 132 

Phillips, Kelly— 133 

Phillips, Roderick— 133 

Phipps, John— 133 

Pickens, Bruce— 19. 22, 133 

Pickens, Nicole— 133 

Pickett, Devonda— 29 

Piercy, Mark — 67 

Pierson, Sherri-133- 

Pierson, Sirena — 133 

Pinkston, Donald— 133 

Pirtle, Charles— 145 

Pittman, Angi— 29 

Pittman, Judith— 133 

Pittman, Nicole— 133 

Pittman, Ty— 133 

Plunkitt, Jeff— 57, 67 

Plunkitt, Mark— 57, 67, 133 

Poindexter, Stacy— 133 

Pollett, Sherrie— 94, 95, 105 

Polston, Chris— 133 

Polston. Heather— 133 

Poltorak, Anna — 133 

Poncar, David— 3, 14, 20, 21, 145 

Poole, Latina— 29 

Poole, Tyrone— 67, 133 

Poole, William— 133 

Porter, Chantele— 133 

Porter. James— 46, 53, 55. 67, 132. 

133 

Porter, Jeff— 133 

Porter. Roger— 27, 32, 33, 133 

Porter, Stacy— 32, 33, 133 

Potts. Donna— 133 

Powell, Anthony— 133 

Powell, Brenda— 105 

Powell, Crystal— 68, 133 

Powers, Tanzi — 133 

Powers, Traci — 133 

Prather, Pam— 22. 133 

Pratt, David— 25, 27, 105 

Price, Ava— 133 

Price, James — 75 

Price, Jesse — 133 

Price. Tasha— 70, 73. 74. 85, 133 

Prieshoff. Heather— 133 

Prieshoff, Laura — 105 

Pritt, Kimberly— 10, 11, 48, 55, 62. 

68, 78, 79. 105 

Procter, Steve— 133 

Pruett, Adrienne— 29, 88, 93, 133 

Pryor, Chriscynithi — 133 

Pryor, Jeff— 133 

Pryor, Willie— 133 

Pugh, Eric— 133 

Purvis, Alice— 57, 68, 146 

Purvis, Elizabeth— 29, 133 



Quick, Mike— 133 
Quintero, Dionne — 133 



Ragle. Carol— 133 

Ramsey. Donald — 133 

Rau, Angela— 133. 136 

Rau, Sue— 23 

Ray, Neica— 133 

Reed, Dewayne — 81, 133 

Reed, Schlunda— 133 

'---'-- S's-v-a— '22 

Reed, Yolanda— 133 

Reedus. Nicole— 21. 23. 93. 133 



Reever, Steve— 67, 133 
Reidy, Jeff— 20, 133 
Repass, Priscilla — 146 
Rettig, Gary— 133 
Revadelo, Paula— 133 
Reynolds. Caesar — 133 
Richie, Jeannie — 133 
Richmond, Antonio — 67, 133 
Riddell, Leann— 133 
Riggles, Robert— 38, 133 
Rinker, Georgette — 133 
Rivers, Jon— 67, 105 
Roberts, Ericka— 133 
Roberts, Kimberly— 133 
Roberts, Rick— 80 
Roberts, William— 133 
Robertson, Antonio (Dino) — 9, 81, 
128, 134 

Robertson, Charles— 28, 134 
Robertson, James — 134 
Robertson, Tammy — 134 
Robinson, Anthony — 134 
Robinson, Jennifer — 134 
Robinson, John— 22, 67, 134 
Robinson, Lester — 134 
Robinson, Stacy — 57, 134 
Rogers, Cheryl— 134 
Rogers. Geanene — 134 
Rogers, Harley — 134 
Rogers. Paula— 20, 134 
Rogers, Rose — 134 
Rogers, Theo — 21 
Roland, Brian— 32, 66, 134 
Rosales, Aimee — 27, 134 
Roth, Shawna— 134 
Rowe. Antonio — 103 
Rowley, Francine— 29, 93, 94, 95 
Rubush, Cindy— 134 
Rushton, Michael— 134 
Rusie, Donald— 134 
Russ. Kasandra — 105 
Russell, Beryl— 22, 95. 105 
Russell, Carlotta— 134 
Russell, Jane — 134 
Rutledge, Anjeanette — 105 
Ryan, Staci— 134 
Ryan. Toni — 134 



Salvage, Matthew — 134 

Salyers, Don— 134 

Sam, Martin— 46, 56, 146 

Sanders, David — 134 

Sanders. Robert — 134 

Sargent, Lola — 146 

Saunders. Rochelle — 134 

Savage, Jaime — 134 

Savage, Nick— 36, 57. 105 

Schaefer, Bill— 160 

Schaefer, Pam— 25, 27, 56, 134 

Schlarb, Jason — 134 

Schlemmer. Susan — 105 

Schoen, Brian— 26, 105 

Schoen, Scott— 14, 20, 28. 134, 148 

Schuck. Regina — 134 

Schultheis, Sue— 95. 134 

Schumpert, Alida— 113, 134 

Schwab. Ed— 18 

Schwartz, Lisa — 134 

Schwedler, Kathy— 55. 60. 68. 103 

Schwedler, Michael— 134 

Schweitzer. Kelly— 55. 68, 134 

Scott. Edwin— 67, 70. 74. 81. 134 

Scott. Jason— 134 



Scott, Karlisa— 134 

Scott, Katherine— 134 

Scott. Michael— 29 

Scott, Pedro— 13, 134, 148 

Scott. Ricky— 134 

Scott, Robbie— 134 

Scott. Shuron— 22, 23, 134 

Scruggs, Paul— 134 

Scurlock, Dawn — 134 

Scurlock, Martin — 134 

Seabolt, Kim— 134 

Sechrest. Denneda — 134 

Seifert, Susie— 134 

Shadiow, Bruce — 67 

Shanks, Tyreina — 134 

Shelly. Dawn— 134 

Shelton, Greg— 108, 146, 147 

Shelton. Stewart— 134 

Shepard, Sonia — 134 

Shepherd, Paul— 26, 134 

Sherels. Bruce— 58, 67, 134 

Sherfick, Dennis— 76, 80, 134 

Sherfick. Jeff— 56, 78, 134 

Sherrill, Derrick— 20. 67, 134 

Shifkowski, Shannon — 29 

Shifkowski, Tuesday — 95, 134 

Sholar, Adrian — 134 

Sholar, Anthony— 56, 59, 69, 135 

Silvers, Matthew— 26, 27, 135 

Simmons. Duane — 135 

Simmons. Dwight — 67. 135 

Simmons, Rita — 146 

Sims, Kim — 135 

Sims. Rutha— 25, 144 

Singh, Jatinder — 144, 146 

Sinnott, Mike— 67, 135 

Skaggs, Pamela — 135 

Skene, John— 25. 145 

Skipwith. Charles — 67, 135 

Slaughter, Mat— 10, 67, 58, 71. 76, 

78, 80. 149 

Slayback, Denise— 133 

Slayton. Ronnie — 135 

Sledge, Tracey — 135 

Slinker, Barry— 105 

Sloan, Lisa— 43, 135 

Small, Keith— 66, 135 

Smartz. David — 146 

Smith, Alita— 135 

Smith, Angie— 20, 136 

Smith, Carrie— 10, 111, 136 

Smith. Charles— 136 

Smith, Heretta— 136 

Smith, Hubert— 136 

Smith, Jackie— 136 

Smith, James— 57, 58. 67, 70, 72, 

81, 106 

Smith, Jerry— 136 

Smith, Kenny— 67, 70, 81 

Smith, Kimberly K.— 136 

Smith, Kimberly M.— 136 

Smith, Ladonna— 94, 95, 105 

Smith, Lamont— 27, 136 

Smith, Leslie '88—136 

Smith, Leslie '89—27. 136 

Smith, Lisa— 136 

Smith, Lora— 136 

Smith. Lori— 57, 47. 136 

Smith, Maurice— 136 

Smith, Paul— 46, 50. 57 

Smith, Richard— 20, 100, 105 

Smith. Rob— 136 

Smith. Robert C— 27, 105 

Smith, Robert S— 27. 42, 67, 71. 

100. 105. 160 



Smith, Sarah— 136 

Smith, Shirley— 146 

Smith, Tamiko — 136 

Smith, Timothy '88—67, 136 

Smith, Timothy '90—137 

Smith, Tina— 137 

Smith, Troy— 137 

Smith, Urlanda— 33, 43, 137 

Smith, William— 46, 49, 56, 67. 146 

Sommers, Charles — 105 

Sosbe. David— 137 

Spargur, Jeff— 46, 48, 57, 106 

Sparks. Brenda — 23, 137 

Spears, Errol — 27, 46, 57, 146 

Spears. James — 29 

Spears. Kathy— 137 

Spears, Rick— 21, 137 

Spencer, Shannon — 26. 107 

Spicer. James — 117, 137 

Spiggle, Jeffrey — 106 

Spiker, Christina — 106 

Spiker. Joe— 137 

Spilker. John— 46, 55 

Spitzer, Anna — 137 

Springer. David — 137 

Springer, Regina — 27, 137 

Squires, Kelly — 137 

St. Lawrence, Amanda — 20, 137 

St. Martin, Mark— 57, 69, 70. 74, 

75. 81. 93. 106 

Stagnolia, Fonda — 137 

Stahl, Jerry— 137 

Stahly. David— 146 

Stanley, Dan— 26 

Stansberry. Katrice — 79, 137 

Staples. Christopher— 137 

Staples. Manual— 137 

Steele. Antoinette— 137 

Steele. Telisa— 29 

Stephens, Lorena — 137 

Stephens, Robert— 106 

Stephenson, Craig — 27, 28, 1 14. 137 

Stepp. Sheryl— 20, 137 

Stewart. Brandon — 137 

Stewart. Daniel— 22, 65, 66. 135. 

137 

Stewart. David— 58, 66. 146 

Stewart. Eric— 137 

Stewart, Jill — 46. 53, 56 

Stewart, Timothy— 137 

Stinson. Jessica — 126, 137 

Stipanovic, James — 56. 137 

Stone, Amy — 26, 106 

Stone, Jeff— 137 

Storm, Rhonda— 20, 29, 106 

Storm, Richard— 137, 160 

Stout. Darrell— 21. 137 

Stout. Thomas — 137 

Stover. Jacinda — 137 

Streif, Jessica — 137 

Strode. Gloria— 137 

Stubbs. Angela— 137 

Stuck, Chris— 20, 137 

Stuck, Lori— 137 

Sublett, Roy— 67, 137 

Suiter. Cassie— 88. 92. 137 

Sulgrove. Leslie — 137 

Sullivan, Dianna— 20, 137 

Summers. Paul — 137 

Sumpter, Kimberly — 29. 105 

Sumpter, Robert — 137 

Sutton, Evan — 137 

Sutton, Julie— 137 

Sutton. Rick — 137 

Sutton. RuDonna — 137 









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Swartsell, Connie— 92, 93, 137 

Swartsell, John— 137 

Sweatt, Daniel— 8 

Sweatt, Dennis — 137 

Sweeney, Laura — 42, 137 

Swift, Crystal— 105 

Swift, Jerry— 137 

Swindle, Steve— 24, 27, 106 

Swinford, Mike— 137 

Swinford, Steve— 24, 27, 34, 106 



Tanber, Ronald — 137 

Tandy, Mitchell— 137 

Tarplee, Jennifer— 26, 27, 106 

Tarver, David — 137 

Taylor, Barbara— 33, 137 

Taylor, Damon — 20, 81, 137 

Taylor, Frankie — 137 

Taylor, James — 31 

Taylor, Mary — 33 

Taylor, Melvin— 138 

Taylor, Neikolyn— 138 

Taylor, Stacey— 106 

Taylor, Vickie— 138 

Terry, Leonard — 138 

Thackray, Kina— 23, 26, 27, 57, 160 

Thackray, Lara— 26, 27, 57 

Thomas, Ann — 138 

Thomas, Cassandra — 138 

Thomas, Donald — 106 

Thomas, Doretta— 21, 79, 138 

Thomas, Lajuana — 138 

Thomas, Phyllis— 146 

Thomas, Stacie — 138 

Thompson, Anita — 138 

Thompson, Anna— 20, 21, 23, 138 

Thompson, Arthur — 138 

Thompson, Brian — 138 

Thompson, Dawn — 57, 58, 138 

Thompson, Devin — 138 

Thompson, James — 70, 72, 146 

Thompson, Jonathan — 67, 138 

Thompson, Julie — 94, 138 

Thompson, Lisa — 138 

Thompson, Stephanie — 138 

Thompson, Walter— 67, 81, 138 

Thornton, Christopher— 20, 138 

Tides, Nick— 66, 138 

Tides, Susie— 138 

Tiernan, Kathleen — 138 

Tigner, Dewana — 138 

Tigner, Shawnna — 138 

Tingler, Ronald — 24, 32, 33, 138 

Tisdale, Wayman — 10, 11 

Todd, Alan — 55, 56, 106 

Todd, Kenneth — 56, 138 

Todd, Stephen— 138 

Toles, Eugene— 22, 138 

Tom, Michael— 138 

Toney, Laura — 138 

Totten, Thomas — 146 

Tout, Frank— 85, 110, 111, 142 

Townsend, Quinton — 29, 66 

Trees, Stephanie— 138 

Trinkle, Dennis — 26, 27, 28, 106, 

108 

Tucher, Jamie — 20, 25, 138 

Turner, Janet — 27, 138 

Turner, Nicole— 138 

Turner, Shelia — 40, 76, 79, 128, 138 

Tyler, Nicole— 138 

Tyson, Anthony— 138 

Tyson, Taron— 25, 104, 106 



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Uhls, Monty— 138 



Vaal, Stephanie— 138 
Vaden, Tameica— 133, 138 
Valentine, Ernest — 138 
Valentine, Frances — 144, 146 
Vargas, David— 22, 66, 95 
Vasile, Adriana— 56, 92, 138 
Vasile, Monica— 92, 138 
Vespo, Joe— 143, 146 
Vibbert, Kristina— 138 
Vie, Angel— 29, 95, 138 
Vie, Patricia— 29, 106 
Viles, Steve— 138 
Vollmer, Joseph— 68, 146, 147 



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Wagers, John— 138 
Wagoner, Rachele — 29 
Walker, Christina — 23, 27, 138 
Walker, Jamaine— 22, 23, 138 
Walker, John— 138 
Walker, Marianne — 138 
Walker, aamela— 138 
Walker, Robert— 138 
Walker, Sheryl— 138 
Wallace, Bryant— 138 
Wallace, Donald— 138 
Wallace, Vickie— 21, 138 
Walls, Gerald— 138 
Walter, Charles— 146 
Walters, Alexander— 138 
Walters, Diana— 20, 24, 25, 138 
Walton, Kim— 117, 139 
Ward, David— 139 
Ward, Karen— 139 
Ward, Linda— 139 
Ward, Steve— 54, 56, 61, 65, 69, 
113, 139 
Ware, Niki— 139 
Warfield, Brandon— 139 
Warren, Susie— 22, 61, 68, 106 
Warren, Tom— 67, 139 
Washington, Cindy — 29 
Washington, Wanda — 139 
Watkins, Arthur— 67, 139 
Watkins, Jason— 113, 139 
Watkins, Krisunee — 139 
Watkins, Sudie— 146 
Watkins, Teresa — 29 
Watson, Richie— 139 
Watson, Roxy— 147 
Watson, Tameka— 139 
Watt, Amy— 19, 140 
Watt, Tom— 140 
Watts, Dawn— 140 
Watts, Michelle— 140 
Weaver, Michelle — 140 
Webb, Angelita— 140 
Webb, Bettie— 147 
Webster, Jason — 140 
Weidner, John Paul — 140 
Weinke, Michelle — 140 
Welch, James — 140 
Wellington, Wayne — 147 
Wells, John — 67 
Wemple, Randy— 147 
Wencke, Carla — 29 
Wessel, Jeff— 5, 57, 67, 140 
West, Anne — 140 



West, Audra— 140 

West, James— 106 

West, Melissa— 106 

Wheeler, Sandy— 140 

Whisler, James — 46, 57 

Whitaker, Mike— 67 

Whitaker, Tina— 141 

White, Eric— 141 

White, Jeremy— 2, 141 

White, Mike— 141 

White, Nicole— 141 

White, Richard '88—141 

White, Richard '89—141 

White, Rodney— 81, 141 

White, Steven— 21, 141 

Whited, Alan— 80 

Whitehead, Steven Todd— 67 

Whiteside, Gary— 141 

Whitney, Joseph — 32, 33, 141 

Whitten, Tina— 32, 33, 141 

Whobrey, Jack — 141 

Wilhoite, Susan— 141 

Williams, Andre— 56, 141 

Williams, Harold — 33, 141 

Williams, Henry — 141 

Williams, Joe — 141 

Williams, Kelli— 106 

Williams, Madonna — 141 

Williams, Maria — 141 

Williams, Matt— 10, 70, 80, 141 

Williams, Michael— 106 

Williams, Sandra — 147 

Williams, Terry — 141 

Williamson, Joseph — 28, 141 

Williamson, Melissa — 141 

Williamson, Tim — 67, 141 

Willis, Kim— 141 

Wills, Mary— 147 

Wilson, David— 141 

Wilson, Elwyn — 141 

Wilson, Jennifer — 141 

Wilson, Juan — 141 

Wilson, Lionell — 141 

Wilson, Matt— 66, 141 

Wilson, Michale — 81 

Wilson, Michelle— 20, 141 

Wilson, Nichole — 141 

Wilson, Robert— 141 

Wimberly, James — 141 

Winans, Stacy— 92, 141 

Wineberg, Steve— 25, 26, 27, 105 

Winfrey, Diana — 141 

Winslow, Emily— 46, 54, 56 

Winslow, Evelyn— 17, 21, 22, 25, 27, 

28, 108, 141 

Winters, James — 56, 67 

Wiseman, Sandra — 147 

Woempner, Paul— 131, 141 

Woods, Betty— 147 

Woods, Ronnie — 141 

Woods, Susan— 136, 141 

Woolbright, Mark— 141 

Worth, James — 57, 141 

Worth, Scott — 57, 81, 141 

Wortham, Sabrina — 32, 33, 141 

Wratten, Dawn— 17, 21, 23, 141 

Wray, Mickey — 141 

Wright, Arthur— 10, 70, 81, 106 

Wright, Bruce — 27, 32, 33, 104, 106 

Wright, Christy— 17, 21, 23, 69, 141 

Wright, Kevin— 141 

Wright, Scott — 61, 69, 141 

Wynalda, Mark— 136, 141 

Wynn, Angila — 95, 141 

Wynne, Dawn — 23, 141 



Yanich, John — 141 

Yarber, James — 24, 147 

Yeary, Ronald— 13, 17, 21, 22, 23, 

66, 106 

Young, Arretia — 147 

Young, Delisa — 141 

Young, Monica — 141 

Young, Paula — 29, 106 

Young, Waymon — 141 

Youngkin, Gene — 141 



Zachery, Alfred — 141 
Zachery, Lisa — 29, 106 
Zaphiriou, Jason — 24, 122, 141 
Zollicoffer, Tonya — 29, 106, 141 
Zollner, Jimmy — 80, 141 
Zorman, Jayne — 141 
Zorman, Shannon— 107 



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Yearbook staffers 
work harder 
under pressure 

Sitting and working in Room 30 early 
Saturday morning was never my idea 
of glory. When I first heard I was going to 
be editor of the yearbook, I didn't know 
whether to cry because of the enormous 
demand to get the yearbook out on time 
or else! or to jump up and down with joy 
because I wanted to show that this year's 
staff could beat the odds. 

My main goal all year was the day I 
would see all the seniors in this school 
remembering the good times of their 
graduation year in June and not a year 
later. Our major problem in meeting the 
goal was lack of numbers and exper- 
ience. Having only eight people on the 
staff with some not working up to their full 
potential put much strain on the ones who 
worked hardest. Everyone had to push 
someone else, some more than others, 
but this persistence was a big reason the 
yearbook would be delivered on time. 
Second-year staff members Sean Mar- 
cum and Crystal Campbell agreed, how- 
ever, that "this year's staff was all around 
better than last year" and "more effi- 
cient." 

There are so many people I want to 
thank. Most of all I want to thank all the 
people who questioned and bugged me 
about when the yearbook was coming 
out. I think that pressure was the pres- 
sure that made me work harder and push 
the staff to work harder. I wanted to hold 
my head up high with the rest of the staff 
and say, "This is a great and on-time 
yearbook." Thanks. 

VICKIE DEAL 



Top: Editor Vickie Deal finds her job involves long 
hours checking the work of others. 

Right: Senior Mike Neely performs double duty as 
he photographs a wrestling match for the Tower. 

Right, center: Sophomore transfer students Cory 
Carleton and Jody Madden choose negatives for a 
sports spread. 




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Fultz, Cory Carleton, Mike Neely, Sean Marcum. 

Left: Senior Joe Fultz completes a layout on the 
computer. 



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Staff 

Editor-in-Chief 

Vickie Deal 
Managing Editor 
Cory Carleton 
Senior Class Editor 
Lori DeWitt 
Album Editor 
Crystal Campbell 
General Staff 
Joe Fultz 
Jody Madden 
Sean Marcum 
Michael Neely 
Photographers 
Chad Burris 
Eugene Johnson 
Advisor 
E. Dale Dinkens 
Principal 
Frank Tout 



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The Hilltopper staff wishes to extend a special thanks to the following people who gave special help in yearbook production: Howe 
student Richard Storm for cover art; Mr. James Lynch; Larry Glaze and Phyllis Kempf of Herff Jones Yearbooks; Bill Schaefer, Mike 
Merrill, and Mike Loudermilk of Prestige Photography; Jill Frederickson for music copy; Robert S. Smith and Kina Thackray for 
support; music department chairman Tom Lewis. 



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